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PREFACE 


The  Gaskell  Collection  in  the  Moss  Side 
Library  illustrates  the  life  and  work  of  Mrs. 
Elizabeth  Cleghom  Gaskell  and  her  husband, 
the  Rev.  William  Gaskell,  M.A.,  two  of  the  most 
distinguished  people  associated  with  the  neigh- 
bourhood of  Moss  Side.  Originated  by  Mr. 
William  E.  A.  Axon,  first  Chairman  of  the  Moss 
Side  Library  Committee,  it  has  received  many 
benefactions  from  Miss  Meta  Gaskell  and  Miss 
Julia  Gaskell,  the  daughters  of  Mr.  and  Mrs. 
Gaskell.  Since  the  incorporation  of  Moss  Side 
with  Manchester,  the  Library  has  formed  one 
of  the  City  of  Manchester  Public  Libraries,  and 
the  Collection  has  been  much  extended.  In 
commemoration  of  the  centenary  of  Mrs.  Gaskell, 
in  1 910,  there  was  a  Gaskell  Exhibition  at  the 
Reference  Library,  many  of  the  treasures 
of  the  collection  being  shown. 


CONTENTS 


Page 
Preface 

I. — Bibliography i 

II. — Biography  and  Criticism 3 

(«'.) — Biographies. 
(ii.) — Biographical,  critical,  and 

anecdotal, 
(m.) — Periodical  articles. 

III. — Autographs  and  Manuscripts.  ...     29 

IV. — Portraits  and  Views 31 

V. — Collected  Works 34 

VI. — Periodicals  containing  Contribu- 
tions BY  Mrs.  Gaskell 38 

VII. — Chronological  List 39 

VIII. — Works    by    the    Rev.     William 

Gaskell,  M.A 60 

IX. — Topographical,  Illustrative,  and 

Miscellaneous    6^ 


LIST    OF    ILLUSTRATIONS 


Pepperhill  Farm Frontispiece 

From  an  original  draw 
in  the  Gaskell  Collection. 


From  an  original  drawing  by   F.    L.  Tavar6 
Cc 


View  of  No.  84,  Plymouth  Grove  (the  Manches- 
ter home  of  Mrs.  Gaskell)  ...      Facing  page  28 

Copy  of  a  poem  by  Tennyson,  written  by  Mrs. 
Gaskell  for  Mrs.   G.  L.   Banks's  collection 

of  autographs  Facing  page  Z^ 

From  the  original  in  the  Gaskell  Collection. 

Bust  of  Mrs.   Gaskell,  by   D.   Dunbar  (1829) 

Facing  page  30 
The  original  is  in  the  possession  of  Miss  Gaskell. 

Mrs.    Gaskell,    from   the  portrait   by  George 

Richmond  (1851)    Facing  page  II 

The  original  is  in  the  possession  of  Miss  Gaskell. 


The  engraved  blocks  of  the  four  last  illustrations  have 
been  lent  by  the  proprietors  of  The  Millgate  Monthly. 


A  BIBLIOGRAPHICAL  GUIDE 

TO  THE 

Gaskell  Collection 

in  the  MOSS   SIDE   LIBRARY 


I.     BIBLIOGRAPHY. 

British  Museum.  Catalogue  of  printed  books. 
Lend.  1888.  And  Supplement,  Lond.  1902. 
Titles  of  books  by  Mrs.  Gaskell  and  the  Rev. 
Wm.  Gaskell,  M.A.  MS.  extract.         002  A  1 

English  catalogue  of  books.  Vols.  1-7.  Lond. 
183  5- 1 906.  Titles  of  works  by  Mrs.  Gaskell. 
Typed  extract.  002  A  2 

Axon  (Wm.  E.  A.  and  Ernest)  Gaskell  biblio- 
graphy, a  list  of  the  writings  of  Mrs.  E.  C. 
Gaskell,  author  of  "  Mary  Barton,"  and  of  her 
husband,  the  Rev.  William  Gaskell,  M.A. 
Manch.  1895.  8vo.  pp.  22.  Reprinted  from  the 
papers  of  the  Manchester  Literary  Club,  vol. 
xxi.,  1 894- 5.  002  A  3 

Green  (J.  A.)  A  hand-list  of  the  Gaskell  collection 
in  the  PubUc  Library,  Moss  Side,  Manchester. 
1903.  8vo.  pp.  12.     Title  on  wrapper.    002  A  4 


Green  (J.  A.)  Catalogue  of  the  Gleave  Bronte 
collection  at  the  Moss  Side  Free  Library, 
Manchester,     1907.  8vo.  pp.  32.  002  A  5 

Various  references  to  Gaskell  items. 

Chadwick  (Mrs.  Ellis  H.)  Mrs.  Gaskell:  haunts, 
homes,  and  stories.     19 10.  002  B  8 

Bibliography,  pp.  454-464. 

Green  (J.  A.)  A  bibliographical  guide  to  the 
Gaskell  Collection  in  the  Moss  Side  Library. 
Manchester.    1910.  8vo.  [Proof  under  revision,} 

002  A  6 


II.  BIOGRAPHY  AND  CRITICISM. 

i.— Biographies. 

Chadwick  (Mrs.  Ellis  H.)  Mrs.  Gaskell :  haunts, 
homes,  and  stories.  London  :  Pitman  &  Sons. 
1910.     La.  8vo.  pp.    xvi.   472.  002  B  8 

Containing  39  portraits  and  views,  a  facsimile,  and 
a  bibliography.  *'  Gaskell  Cuttings  "  002G  and  002Y 
contain  reviews  from  the  following  periodicals  printed 
in  1910 :  "  The  Athenaeum,"  Oct.  1  ;  "  The  Book- 
man," Oct. ;  "  Book  Monthly,"  Oct. ;  "  British 
Weekly,"  Sept.  15, ;  "  Christian  Life,"  Oct.  15 ; 
"  Daily  Chronicle,"  Sept.  15  ;  "  Daily  News,"  Sept. 
15  ;  "  Daily  Telegraph,"  Sept.  16  ;  "  The  Guardian," 
Sept.  16  and  30  ;  "  Illus.  Lond.  News,"  Sept.  24 ; 
*'  Manch.  City  News,"  Sept.  10  ;  "  Manch.  Guardian," 
Sept.  26  ;  "  Morning  Post,"  Sept.  29  ;  "  Publishers' 
Circular,"  Sept.  24  ;  "  Rev.  of  Rev.,"  Oct. ;  "  The 
Spectator,"  Sept.  17 ;  "  The  Sphere,"  Sept.  17 ; 
"  Times  Literary  Supplement,"  Sept.  29 ;  "  The 
Treasury,"  Oct. ;    "  Yorkshire  Post,"  Sept.  28. 

Masson  (Flora)  Biographical  article  on  Mrs. 
E.  C.  Gaskell  [in  Encyclopaedia  Britannica, 
9th  ed.,  vol.  10,  1879,  pp.  103-5]         002  B  24 

Mortimer  (John)  Lancashire  novelists :  Mrs. 
Gaskell.  Manch.  1902.  8vo.  pp.  34.  Re- 
printed from  the  Manchester  Quarterly,  July, 
1902.  002  B  30 

Payne  (G.  A. )  Mrs.  Gaskell  and  Knutsford.  1 900. 
8vo.  002  B  41 

Portrait  of  Mrs.  Gaskell  and  views  of  Knutsford: 
with  an  account  of  the  Rev.  W.  Gaskell,  with 
portrait. 


Payne  (G.  A.)  The  same.  Second  edition. 
Manch.  1905.  8vo.  002  B  42 

A  number  of  "  Cranford  notes,"  pp.  39-43,  have  been 
added  to  this  edition. 

Smith  (A.  Cobden)  A  centenary  address : 
"  Mrs.  Gaskell  and  Lower  Mosley  Street 
Sunday  School."  Delivered  to  the  elder 
scholars  on  Sunday  afternoon,  2nd  October, 
1 9 10.      [MS.     copy    made    by    the    author.] 

002  B52 

Note. — This  address  has  been  printed  in  the 
"Sunday  School  Quarterly  Magazine "  for  Jan., 
1911.     002  B53. 

Ward  (A.  W.)  Article  on  Mrs.  E.  C.  Gaskell  [in 
Dictionary  of  National  Biography,  vol.  21, 
1890,  pp.  49-54.]     Excerpt.  002  B  65 

Ward  (A.  W. )  Biographical  and  critical  prefaces 
to  the  eight  volumes  of  the  Knutsford  edition 
of  Mrs.  Gaskell's  works.  The  set,  presented 
by  the  publishers,  bound  in  one  volume 
[1906I  002  B  66 


ii. — Biographical,  critical,  and  anecdotal. 

Adams  ( W.  E. )  Memoirs  of  a  social  atom.   Lond. 
1903.  Svo.  2  vols.  002  C  3 

Notice  of  the  Rev.  Wm.  Gaskell,  vol.  2,  pp.  390-1. 

AUibone  (S.  A.)  Dictionary  of  EngUsh  hterature. 
Lond.  1 88 1.  3  vols.  928 

References  to  Mrs.  Gaskell,  vol.  1,  p.  654. 


Allibone  (S.  A.)  Dictionary  of  English  literature. 
Supplement.  Ed.  by  J.  F.  Kirk.  Lond.  1891. 
2  vols.  928 

Refi-renccs  to  Mrs.  Gaskell,  vol  1,  pp.  653-4. 

Baker    (Ernest    A.)    Descriptive    guide    to    the 

best    fiction,    British   and    American.     1908. 

8vo.  R.R. 

A  list  of  Jlrs.  Gaskell'a  novels  and  tales,  with  short 

summaries  of  plots  and  references  to  places  alluded  to, 

pp.  42-3. 

Bayly  (Ada  Ellen,  Edna  Lyall)  An  appreciation 
of  Mrs.  Gaskell  [in  "  Women  novelists  of 
Queen  Victoria's  reign,"  pp.  1 19-145]   002  C  8 

Birrell  (Augustine)  Life  of  Charlotte  Bronte. 
Lond.  1887.  Svo.  002  C  12 

Numerous  references  to  Mrs.  Gaskell. 

Boase  (F.)  Modem  English  biography.     Vol.  I., 

1892.  in  002  B  4 

Articles  on  the  Rev.  Wm.  and  Mrs.  Gaskell.  col.  1127 

Browning  (Elizabeth  B.)  Letters  ;  ed.  by  F.  G. 
Kenyon.     Lond.  1898.  8vo.  2  vols.  828 

References  to  Mrs.  Gaskell,  vol.  1,  pp.  471,   472; 
vol.  2,  pp.  139.  141,  259 

Butler  (Samuel)  Life  and  letters  of  Dr.  Samuel 
Butler.     1896.  Svo.  2  vols.  Ref.  L. 

Vol.  1,  pp.  98-9,  refers  to  a  story  by  Mrs.  Gaskell  in 
vol.  3  of  "  Household  Words,"  p.  246. 

Caine  (T.  Hall)  Article  on  Mrs.  Gaskell  [in 
"Celebrities  of  the  century,"   1890.  p.  468] 

002  G  18 


Cazamlan  (Louis)  Le  roman  social  en  Angle- 
terre  (1830-1850).     Paris,  1904.  8vo.     002  C  22 

Dickens — Disraeli — Mrs.     Qaskell,     pp.     380-435  : 
L'interventionnisme  chrfitien — Kingsley. 

Chambers  (R.)  Cyclopaedia  of  English  litera- 
ture.    Lond.  1876.  2  vols.  R,  R. 

Notice  of  Mrs.   Gaskell,   witli   extract  from   the 
opening  cliapter  of  '*  Mary  Barton,"  pp.  667-8. 

Chambers's  Cyclopaedia  of  English  literature 
(new  edition).     See  Nicoll  (Sir  W.  R.). 

Chambers's  Encyclopedia,  1895.  in  002  B  4 

Vol.  6,  pp.  109-10.    Article  on  Mrs.  Gaskell. 

Clayton  (James)  Paper  on  the  Gaskell  cente- 
nary. Read  at  Radcliffe,  Nov.  17,  19 10. 
Typed  copy.  002  C  24 

Coleridge  (Mary  E.)  Gathered  leaves  from  the 
prose  of  ;  with  a  memoir  by  Edith  Sichel. 
Lond.,   1 9 10.    8vo.  828  C  45 

Mrs.  Gaskell,  pp.  186-193. 

Coward  (T.  A.)  Picturesque  Cheshire.  Illus.  by 
Roger  Oldham.     Manch.  1903.  8vo.    002  C  26 

References  to  Mrs.  Gaskell  and  Knutsford,  pp.  18, 
80-82,  85-87. 

Crofton  (Henry  Thomas)  Old  Moss  Side.  Manch. 

1903.  8vo.  002  C  81 

Chapter  vi. :  "  Mary  Barton's  Farm,"  pp.  18-22,  36. 


Cross  (J.  W.)  ed.  George  Eliot's  life  as  related 
in  her  letters  and  journals.     Edin.  :    Black- 
wood.  [1887].   8vo.  920 
References  to  Mrs.  Gaskell,  pp.  158,  276,  292,  295. 

Cross  (W.  L.)  Development  of  the  English  novel. 
1899.  Ref.  L. 

Notice  of  Mrs.  Gaskell,  p.  234. 

Diekens  (Charles)  Letters  ;  ed.  by  Miss  Hogarth 
and  M.  E.  Dickens.  Lond.  :  Chapman  &  Hall, 
1880-2.  8vo.  3  vols.  920 

References  to  Mrs.  Gaskell,  iii.  271 ;   letter  to,  159. 

Dickens    (Charles)    Letters    to    Wilkie    Collins, 
1851-1870.    Ed.  by  L.  Hutton.  1892.    002  C  39 
Reference  to  Mrs.  Gaskell,  p.  29. 

Dictionary  of  National  Biography.  See  under  Gor- 
don (Alexander). 

Drummond  (James)  The  holiness  of  sorrow.  A 
sermon  preached  in  Cross  Street  Chapel, 
Manchester,  on  Sunday,  Nov.  19th,  1865,  on 
occasion  of  the  sudden  death  of  Mrs.  Gaskell, 
and  printed  by  desire  of  the  congregation. 
Manch.  "Guardian"  Offices,  sm.  4to.  pp.  16. 

002  G  43 

Evans  (John)  Lancashire  authors  and  orators. 
1850.  8vo.  002  C  47 

Rev.  William  Gaskell,  pp.  96-101. 

Fletcher  (Mrs.  Eliza)  Autobiography.     2nd  ed. 

1875.  8vo.  002  C  53 

References  to  Mrs,  GaskeU,  pp.  271,  274,  281,  292-3. 


Forster  (John)  Life  of  Charles  Dickens.  Lend. 
1874.  8vo.  3  vols.  920 

References  to  Mrs.  Gaskell,  ii.  423,  438  ;  lii.  3. 

Gordon  (Alexander)  Biographical  article  on  the 
Rev.  William  Gaskell  [in  "  Dictionary  of 
National  Biography,"  vol.  21,  1890.  pp.  54-5] 

R.  R. 

Gosse  (Edmund)  English  literature  :  an  illus- 
trated record.     Lond.  1903.  4  vols.        Ref.  L. 

Vol.  4.  Notes  on  the  life  and  work  of  Mrs.  Gaskell. 
Illustrated  with  portrait,  portrait  bust,  view  of  Church 
House,  Knutsford,  facsimile  of  a  letter  by  Mrs.  Gaskell, 
and  view  of  grave  at  Knutsford. 

Gosse  (Edmund)  Modern  English  literature  :  a 
short  history.   Lond.    1905.   8vo.  820.9 

Note  on  Mrs.  Gask ell's  work,  pp.  356-7. 

Graham  (Richard  D.)  The  masters  of  Victorian 
literature,    1 837-1 897.     Edin.    1897.   8vo. 

002  G  61 

Notices  of  Mrs.  Gaskell,  pp.  81-8.5,  232. 

Green  (Henry)  Knutsford  :  its  traditions  and 
history.     Lond.  1859.  8vo.  002  C  66 

Note  on  Mrs.  Gaskell,  p.  114,  and  anecdotes  of 
Edward  Higgins,  the  highwayman,  pp.  119-130. 

Greenwood  (Frederick)  Concluding  note  to 
"Wives  and  daughters."  Cornhill  Magazine. 
Jan.,  1866  002  0  30 


Greg   (W.    R.)    Mistaken   aims   and   attainable 
ideals  of  the  artizan  class.     1876.  8vo. 

002  G  69 
Mary  Barton,  pp.  111-173. 

Greville  (Henry)  Leaves  from  [his]  diary.     1856. 
8vo.  4   vols.  002  B  4 

References  to  Mrs.  Gaskell,  ii.  pp.  392-3. 

Griswold    (W.    M.)   Descriptive    list   of   British 
novels.     1 89 1.  8vo.  002  C  72 

References  to  Mrs.  Gaskell's  work :    pp.  364,  476, 
488,  498,  502,  548,  552,  553,  610. 

Grundy    (Francis    H.)    Pictures    of    the    past. 
Lend.      1879.   8vo.  002  B  4 

Patrick  Branwell  Bronte,  with  reference  to  Mrs. 
Gaskell,  pp.  73-93. 

Hamilton   (Catherine  J.)  Women  writers:    their 
works  and  ways.      1892-3.  8vo.  2  vols. 

002  C  75 
Biography  of  Mrs.  Gaskell,  ii.  pp.  166-189. 

Hare  (Augustus  J.  C.)  Story  of  my  life.     Ref.  L. 
References  to  Mrs.  Gaskell,  ii.  224  ;  iii.  117. 

Herford    (Brooke)  Travers  Madge  :    a  memoir. 
1867.  8vo.  002  C  78 

Reference  to  Mrs.  Gaskell^p.  65. 

Holland    (Sir  Henry)  Recollections  of  past  life. 
Lond.     1872.  8vo.  002  C  80 

A  reference  to  Mrs.  Gaskell  and  Sandlcbridge,  p.  7. 


Howitt  (Margaret)  editor.  Mary  Howitt :  an 
autobiography.  Lond.  1889.  2  vols.    002  C  82 

Vol.  2,  Mrs.  Gaskell  referred  to  :  pp.  28,  59,  65,  66, 
106,  115,  116. 

Ireland  (Mrs.  Alex. )  editor.  Letters  of  Geraldine 
E.  Jewsbury  to  Jane  Welsh  Carlyle.  1892. 
8vo.  Ref.  L. 

References  to  Mrs.  Gaskell,  pp.  383-4. 

Irvine  (W.  F.)  editor.     History  of  the  family   of 

Holland  of  Mobberley  and  Knutsford 

From  materials  collected  by  the  late  Edgar 
Swinton  Holland.  Privately  printed.  Edin. 
1902.  Ref.  L. 

Account  of  Mrs.  Gaskell,  portrait  of  her  after  George 
Richmond,  and  view  of  the  Gaskell  and  Holland 
tombstones,  pp.  76-79. 

James  (Henry)  William  Wetmore  Story  and  his 
friends.     Edin.  1903.  8vo.  2  vols.        002  0  84 
Notices  of  Mrs.  Gaskell,  i.  p.  352 ;  ii.  p.  84. 

Kingsley  (Charles)  Life  and  letters.  Ed.  by  his 
widow.     1880.  8vo.  2  vols.  920 

Letters  to  Mrs.  Gaskell,  pp.  i.  294 :  ii.  49. 

Landor  (W.  S.)  Last  fruit  off  an  old  tree.  1853. 
8vo.  H. 

Epistle  cclxviii.  To  the  Author  of  "  Mary  Barton,** 
pp.  481-2. 

Lehmann  (R.  C.)  editor.  Memoirs  of  half  a 
century.     Lond.  1908.  8vo.  002  C  85 

Reference  to  Mrs.  Gaskell,  p.  248. 


Leyland  (Francis  A.)  The  Bronte  family,  with 
special  reference  to  Patrick  Branwell  Bronte. 
Lond.  1886.  8 vo.  2  vols.  005 

Many  references  to  Mrs.  Gaskell  in  both  volumes. 

"  Lyall  (Edna)."     See  Bayly  (Ada  Ellen). 

McDermid  (T.  W.)  Life  of  Thomas  Wright, 
the  prison   philanthropist.     Manch.   1876. 

002  C  88 

References  to  Mr.  and  Mrs.  Gaskell  and  friends, 
pp.  38-39,  71. 

Manchester  City  News,  Notes  and  Queries.   Ref.  L. 

References  to  portraits  of  Mrs.  Gaskell .  ii.  247. 

Melvilie  (Lewis,  i.e.  Lewis  S.  Benjamin)  Victo- 
rian novelists.     Lond.  1906.  8vo.  Ref.  L. 
Mrs.  Gaskell,  pp.  204-223 . 

Mohl  (Madame).  See  under  O'Meara  (K.)  and 
Simpson  (M.  C.  M.) 

More  (Paul  Elmer)  Shelburne  essays.  5th  series. 
New  York.     1908.  8vo.  Ref.  L. 

Notice  of  Mrs.  Gaskell  and  her  works,  pp.  66-85. 

Morley  (Henry)  English  literature  in  the  reign 
of  Victoria.     Leip.  1881.  i6mo.  820.9 

Notices  of  Mrs.  Gaskell's  works,  pp.  389-391. 

New  Popular  EncyclopaBdia.  Vol.  6.  1901. 
Article  on  Mrs.  Gaskell,  p.  98.  Ref.  L. 


NlcoU  (Sir  W.  R.)  Biographical  article  on  Mrs. 
E.  C.  Gaskell  [in  Chambers's  Cyclopaedia  of 
English  hterature,  vol.   3,  1903,  pp.  527-8] 

820.9 

Oliphant  (M.  O.  W.  and  F.  R.)  Victorian  age  of 
English  literature.     1892.  2  vols.  005 

Notice  of  Mis.  Gaskell,  pp.  i.  325-8. 

O'Meara  (Kathleen)  Madame  Mohl :  her  salon 
and  her  friends.     1885.  8vo.  002  C  101 

An  account  of  her  grief  at  the  death  of  Mrs.  Gaskell, 
pp.  180-1. 

Paul  (H.  W.)  Men  and  letters.  1901.  8vo.   Ref.  L. 

The  "Victorian  novel  [with  references  to  Charlotte 
Eroute  aad  Mrs.  Gaskell,  pp.  119-157]. 

Payne  (George  A.)  Knutsford.  Illus.  by  E.  H. 
New.     Lond.  1904.  8vo.  002  C  106 

References  to  Mrs.  Gaskell  and  her  works,  pp.  2-8, 
12,  18,  19,  25,  43,  60. 

Record   of  Unitarian  worthies.     1876.   la.    8vo. 

002  C  114 

Biographical  notice  of  Mrs.  Gaskell,  p.  124. 

Reld  (Sir  T,  W.)  Charlotte  Bronte  :  a  monograph 
1877.  8vo.  005 

Many  references  to  Mrs.  Gaskell. 

Ritchie  (Anne,  Lady)  Blackstick  papers.  Lond. 
1908.  8vo.  002  C  120 

Mrs.  Gaskell,  No.  xi.  pp.  209-232. 

Russell  (Percy)  Guide  to  British  and  American 
novels.     1894.   8vo.  Ref.  L. 


Saintsbury  (G.)  Short  history  of  English  litera- 
ture.    1907.  8vo.  820.9 
Notice  of  Mrs.  Gaskell,  pp.  749-50. 

Seccombe  (T.)  mid  Nicoll  (Sir  W.  R.)  Bookman 
illustrated  history  of  English  literature.  1906. 
2  vols.  002  C 

Note  on  Mrs.  Gaskell,  ii.  492. 

Shaen  (Margaret  J.)  ed.  Memorials  of  two 
sisters  :  Susanna  and  Catherine  Winkworth. 
Lond.  1908.  8vo.  002  C  126 

Numerous  references  to  Mr.  and  Mrs.  Gaskell  and 
their  daughter,  Miss  Meta  Gaskell. 

Sharp  (R.  F.)  Dictionary  of  English  authors. 
1897.  8vo.  Ref.  R. 

Notice  of  Jlrs.  Gaskell,  p.  10. 

Shepheard  (H.)  A  vindication  of  the  Clergy 
Daughters'  School,  and  of  the  Rev.  Carus 
Wilson,  from  the  remarks  in  "  The  Life  of 
Charlotte  Bronte."  Kirkby  Lonsdale,  1857. 
8vo.  pp.  31.  005 

Shorter  (Clement  K.)  Charlotte  Bronte  and  her 
circle.     1896.  8vo.  002  C  131 

Numerous  references  to  Mrs.  Gaskell,  Reviewed  in 
the  "  Co-op.  News,"  Nov.  7,  1896  (002  G) ;  "  New 
York  Times,"  Nov.  21,  1896  (002  G) ;  "  New  York 
Tribune,"  Oct.  18,  1896  (002  G). 

Shorter  (Clement  K.)  Charlotte  Bronte  and  her 
sisters.     1905.  8vo.  920 

Many  references  to  Mrs.  Gaskell. 


Shorter  (Clement  K.)  The  Brontes:  life  and 
letters.  Being  an  attempt  to  present  a  full 
and  final  record  of  the  three  sisters,  Charlotte, 
Emily,  and  Anne  Bronte  from  the  biographies 
of  Mrs.  Gaskell  and  others,  and  from  numerous 
hitherto  unpublished  manuscripts  and  letters. 
Lond.  1908.  8vo.  2  vols.  005 

Simpson  (M.  C.  M.)  Letters  and  recollections  of 
JuUus  and  Mary  Mohl.     1887.  8vo.    002  C  138 

Notices  of  Mrs.  Gaskell,  pp.  126,  163,  167,  183, 
201,  202,  217,  219. 

Smith  (A.  Cobden)  Miss  Julia  Gaskell,  1 846-1908. 
A  memorial  address  delivered  to  the  congrega- 
tion of  the  Lower  Mosley  Street  Sunday 
School,  Manchester,  on  Sunday,  ist  Nov., 
1908.     Manch.   1908.  002  C  139 

Reference  to  Mrs.  Gaskell,  p.  7. 

Steinthal  (S.  A.)  Funeral  sermon  on  the  late 
Rev.  William  Gaskell,  M.A.,  delivered  at  Cross 
Street  Chapel,  Manchester,  June  15,  1884. 
8vo.  pp.  II.  Ref.  L, 

Stoddart    (Anna    M.)    ed.     Life    and    letters  of 
Hannah  E.  Pipe.     Edin.  1908.  8vo.   002  C  140 
References  to  Mrs.  Gaskell,  pp.  10-11. 

Stowe  (Mrs.  H.  B.)  Sunny  memories  of  foreign 
lands.     1854.  8vo.  002  C  143 

Reference  to  Mrs.  Gaskell,  p.  336. 

Stowe  (Mrs.  H.  B.)  Life  and  letters.  Ed.  by 
Fields.     1857.  8vo.  Ref.  L. 

Reference  to  Mj:s.  Gaskell  at  home. 


Stuart  (J.  A.  E.)  The  Bronte  country  :  its  topo- 
graphy, antiquities,  and  history.     1888.  8vo. 

005 

References  to  Mrs.  Gaskell :  pp.  12,  13,  48,  50,  54. 
112,  113,  137,  138. 

Tollemache  (Hon,  Mrs.  L.)  Cranford  souvenirs 
and  other  sketches.     1900.  8vo.        002  C  148 
Cranford  souvenifs,  pp.  1-8. 

Townsend  (M.  E.)  ed.  Great  characters  of 
fiction.     Lond.  1893.  8vo.  002  C  151 

Molly  Gibson  [in  Wives  and  Daughters],  by  (Shrista- 
bel  Ck)leridge,  pp.  211-218. 

Traill   (H.    D.)   Social   England.     Lond.    1897. 

Ref.  L. 

Reference  to  Mrs.  Gaskell,  vi.  283. 

Wade  (R.)  Rise  of  nonconformity  in  Manchester  : 
sketch  of  the  history  of  Cross  Street  Chapel. 
1880.  002  C  154 

Notices  of  the  Rev.  W.  GaskeU  and  Mrs.  Gaskell, 
pp.  52-3. 

Wade  (R.)  A  sketch  of  the  origin  and  history  of 
the  Lower  Mosley  Street  Schools.  Manch. 
1898.  002  c  155 

Beferences  to  Mrs.  (Haskell  and  family. 

Walford  (L.  B.)  Twelve  English  authoresses. 
1892.  8vo.  002  C  156 

EUzabeth  Gaskell,  pp.  156-165. 

Walker  (Hugh)  The  age  of  Tennyson.  1897. 
8vo.  820.9 

E.  C.  Gaskell,  pp.  106-8. 


i6 

Walker  (Hugh)  Literature  of  the  Victorian  era. 
19 lo.  8vo.  H. 

References  to  Mrs.  Gaskell  and  her  works  :  pp.  650, 
658,  710, 724-728,  738, 1034. 

Ward  (A  W. )  Critical  notice  of  Mrs.  Gaskell  [in 
English  prose,  1904,  vol.  5,  pp.  523-4].         003 

Whitmore  (Clara  H.)  Woman's  work  in  English 
fiction.     New   York.     19 10.  8vo.  Ref.  L. 

Emily,  Anne,  and  Charlotte  Bronte,  pp.  247-278 
E.  C.  Gaskell.  pp.  274-292. 


iii. — Periodical  articles,  contained  in 
"  Gaskell  Cuttings.'* 

Bookman.  Sept.,  1910.  pp.  237-250.  Elizabeth 
Cleghorn  Gaskell,  by  Thomas  Seccombe  ;  Mrs. 
Gaskell's  early  surroundings  and  their  influence 
on  her  writings,  by  Conrad  S.  Sargisson.  (Il- 
lustrated by  34  portraits  and  views.)        002  Y 

British  Quarterly  Review.  April,  1867,  pp. 
399-429.     Review   of   Mrs.    Gaskell's   works. 

002  Y 

British  Weekly,  Sept.  10,  1903.  Notice  of 
Green's  Hand-list  of  the  Moss  Side  Gaskell 
collection.  002  A  7 

April  25,   1907.     Mrs.  Gaskell  once  more. 

002  a 

Oct.  29,  1908.     Notices  of  the  late  Misa 

Julia  Gaskell.  002  Q 


17 

Chambers's  Journal,  Oct.,  19 lo,  pp.  667-669. 
Mrs.  Gaskell  and  "  Cranford,"  by  Helen  Mel- 
ville. 002  Y 

Cheshire  Notes  and  Queries,  No.  i,  vol.  7.  1907. 
pp.  13,  14,  15.  References  to  Mrs.  Gaskell.  002  Y 

Christian  Freeman,  vol.  12,  1868,  p.  121.  Brook 
Street  Chapel,  Knutsford.  The  burial  place  of 
Mrs.  Gaskell.     Illus.  002  Y 

vol.  13,  1869,  p.  59.    Notice  of  Mrs.  Gaskell, 

with  portrait.  002  Y 

1873,  p.  124.  Notice  of  Mrs.  Gaskell.  002  Y 

Nov.,    1910,    pp.    244-247.     Mrs.    Gaskell, 

1810-1910,   by  A.   W.    Blundell.  002  Y 

Christian  Life,  Nov.  14,  1908,  pp.  61 1-12.  Notice 
of  the  late  Miss  Julia  Gaskell,  002  G 

Dec.    5,    1908.       A   reminiscence   of  Mrs. 

Gaskell.  002  G 

Oct.      I,      1 9 10.       Recollections     of     Mrs. 

Gaskell,  by  J.  C.  002  G 

Co-operative  News,  Feb.  26,  19 10.  Manchester 
and  Charlotte  Bronte  [with  references  to  Mrs. 
Gaskell],  by  J.  H.  002  G 

Cornhill  Magazine,  vol.  13,  1866,  pp.  11-15. 
Note  by  the  editor  [Frederick  Greenwood] 
on  the  death  of  Mrs.  Gaskell.  002  Y 

vol.    29,    Feb.    1874,   pp.    19 1 -2 1 2.      Mrs. 

Gaskell  and  her  novels,  by  G.  B.  S.      002  Y 


Cornhill  Magazine,  Dec.  1906,  pp.  7S7-7(^^-  Black- 
stick  papers,  No.  11.  Mrs.  Gaskell,  by  Mrs. 
R.  [alUrwards  Lady]  Ritchie.  002  Y 

April,  1910,  pp.  494-501.  The  Bronte  family 

at  Manchester,  by    Bishop  J.   E.  C.  Welldon 
[including  references  to  Mrs.  Gaskell].     002  Y 

vol.  29,  July,  1910,  pp.  76-84.  Old  Haworth 

folk  who  knew  the  Brontes,  by  C.  H.   Cautley 
[with  some  references  to  Mrs.  Gaskell].     002  Y 

Sept,  1910,  pp.  315-325.     The  centenary  of 

Mrs.  Gaskell,  by  Sarah  A.  Tooley.  002  Y 

Oct.,    1 9 10,  pp.  457-466.     In  memoriam  : 

Elizabeth  Cleghorn  Gaskell,  by  A.  W.  Ward. 

002  Y 

Daily  Chronicle,  Sept.  22,  1906.  Review  of 
"  Mary  Barton  "  and  "  Cranford."  002  G 

Sept.  29,  1 9 10.     On  the  centenary  of  Mrs. 

Gaskell,  by  J.  A.  Hill.  002  G 

Daily  Dispatch,  August  18,  19 10.  On  the 
centenary  of  Mrs.  Gaskell.  002  G 

Daily  Graphic,  Sept.  29,  19 10.  Mrs.  Gaskell's 
centenary.  002  G 

Daily  News,  April  i,  1905.  Quotation  from 
"  Cousin  Phillis,"  with  short  biographical 
notice  of  Mrs.  Gaskell.  002  G 

Sept.    29,    1 9 10.     The   Gaskell   centenary. 

002  G 


19 

Every  Saturday,  No.  9,  Feb.  28.  1874,  pp.  233- 
241.     Mrs.  Gaskell  and  her  novels.  002  Y 

Fortnightly  Review,  vol.  24,  1878.  pp.  353- 
369.     Mrs.  Gaskell's  novels,  by  William  Minto. 

002  Y 

Oct.    1899,   PP-   633-643.      Mrs.   Gaskell's 

short  tales,  by  Frances  H.  Low.  002  Y 

Sept.  1910,  pp.  450-463.  Elizabeth  Cleg- 
horn  Gaskell,  by  K.  L.  Montgomery.    002  Y 

Gentleman's  Magazine,  vol.  55,  N.S.,  Aug.  1895, 
pp.  124-138.  Mrs.  Gaskell,  by  Miss  M. 
Hompes.  002  Y 

Nov.    1895,  pp.    507-514.       Knutsford  in 

fiction,  by  George  A.  Payne.  002  Y 

Gentlewoman,  Jan.  5,  1901.  Portrait  and  refer- 
ence to  Mrs.  Gaskell.  002  G 

Girl's  Own  Paper,  July  19,  1890,  pp.  659-60. 
Anecdotes  of  Mrs.  Gaskell,  by  Mrs.  E.  F.  B. 
Fox.  002  G 

Oct.,    1910,  pp.  42-43.     The  real   "  Cran- 

ford,"   by  Howard  M.    Jenkins.  002  Y 

Glasgow  Herald,  Sept.  29,  19 10.  The  centenary 
of  Mrs.  Gaskell,  by  Clement  Shorter.     002  G 

Good  Words,  Sept.  1895,  pp.  604-612.  Stray 
notes  about  Mrs.  Gaskell,  by  Margaret 
Howitt.  002  Y 

Oct.  1895.  Inset,  fly-leaf — Apology  by  the 

Editor  in    respect  of    the    preceding  article. 

002  Y 


Graphic,  Sept.    3,    19 10.     A  literary  centenary. 
Views  of  Mrs.  Gaskell's  birthplace.  002  G 

Sept.  29,  19 10.     Supplement  {4  pp.),  with 

an  article  by  Mrs.  Sarah  A.  Tooley,  and  26 
illus.  of  scenes  in  the  life  and  works  of  Mrs. 
Gaskell.  002  Y 

Great  Thoughts,  Sept.  10,  1910,  pp.  376-8.    The 
Story  of  Mrs.  Gaskell,  by  Florence  Bone.    002  Y 

Guardian,  Sept.    23,    19 10.      The    centenary  of 
Mrs.    Gaskell.  002  G 

Household  Words,  May  26,  1900,  p.  2.     Refer- 
ence to  Mrs.  Gaskell.  002  G 

Illustrated  London  News,  Sept.  24,  19 10.     The 

centenary  of  Mrs.  Gaskell's  birth.  002  G 

Inquirer,  Oct.  31,  1908.     Obituary  notice  of  Miss 
JuUa  Gaskell.  002  G 

Sept.    24,    1 9 10.     The   centenary  of  Mrs. 

Gaskell,    by    F.    K.    Freeston.  002  G 

Oct.   I,   1 9 10.     Note  on  the  centenary  of 

Mrs.    Gaskell'.  002  G 

Oct.  8,   19 10.     Mrs.  Gaskell  and  her  social 

work  among  the  poor,  by  M.  Hompes.       002  G 

Nov.  12,  1910.    Mrs.  Gaskell's  ghost  stories, 

by  W.  E.  A.  Axon.  002  G 


Knutsford  Advertiser,  Mar.  22,  1907.  Memorial 
to  Mrs.  Gaskell  at  Knutsford.  [With  view  of 
Cranford  tower  and  portrait  of  Mrs.  Gaskell]. 

002  G 

Mar.  30,  1907.     Report  of  the  opening  by 

Vice-Chancellor  Hopkinson   of     the    Gaskell 
memorial  tower  at  Knutsford.  002  G 

Lady's  Realm,  July,  1910,  pp.  321-325.  An 
Italian  town  amid  English  fields,  by  K.  L. 
Montgomery.  [An  illustrated  account  of 
modern  Knutsford,  with  references  to  Mrs. 
Gaskell].  002  Y 

Light  on  the  Way,  Oct.  1895,  PP-  214-216.  Mrs. 
Gaskell's  short  stories,  by  George  A.  Payne. 

002  Y 

Liverpool   Daily   Post,    Sept.    29,    19 10.      The 

Gaskell  centenary.  002  G 

Macmiilan's  Magazine^  Dec  1865,  pp.  153-156. 
Mrs.  Gaskell,  by  D.  M.  002  Y 

Manchester  City  News,  Nov.  18,  1865.  Obituary 
notice  of  Mrs.  Gaskell.  002  B  4 

Dec.  26,  1896.     References  to  portraits  of 

Mrs.  Gaskell.  002  G 

Sept.  5,  1903.    Review  of  Green's  Hand-list 

of  the  Moss  Side  Gaskell  collection.      002  A  7 

Feb.   20,    1904.     Paper   on    the    Gaskell 

collection    at  Moss   Side   Library,   by  J.   A. 
Green.  002  G 


Manchester  City  News,  Sept.  3,  1910.  The  Gaskell 
centenary.  002  G 

Sept.  10,  1910.     The  Gaskell  centenary,  by 

the  Rev.  George  A.  Payne.  002  G 

Sept.  24,  1 9 10.  Letter  from  "  Old  Man- 
cunian "  on  Pepper  Hill  Farm  ;  and  Notice 
of  the  Gaskell  Exhibition  at  the  Reference 
Library.  002  G 

Oct.  15,  1 9 10.  Letter  from  Albert  Nichol- 
son referring  to   views  of   Pepperhill  Farm. 

002  G 

Oct.  29,  1 9 10.     Meeting  of  the  Manchester 

Literary  Club  :  The  Gaskell  centenary.   002  G 

Dec.  24,  1 9 10.  Mrs.  Gaskell  and  Christ- 
mas, by  John  Mortimer.  002  Gl 

Manchester  Courier,  Nov.  15,  1865.  Obituary 
notice  of  Mrs.  Gaskell.  002  B  4 

Feb.  21,  1 9 10.     Report  of  Bronte  Society's 

meeting  in  Manchester,  with  illustration    of 
the  home  of  the  Gaskells,  Plymouth  Grove. 

002  G 

Sept.  27,  1910.     Note  on  Knutsford.  002  G 

Sept.   29,    1910.     The   Gaskell  centenary, 

002  G 

Oct.  14,  1 9 10.     Note  on  Silverdale.   002  G 


Manchester  Evening  Chronicle,  June  19,  1907. 
Note  on  the  banning  of  "  Mary  Barton,"  by 
the  L.C.C.  002  G 

Aug.   31,   19 10.      The  Gaskell  centenary. 

002  a 

Manchester  Evening  News,  May  9,  1907.  "  Mary 
Barton  "  banned.  002  G 

Sept.  28,  1910.  Mrs.  Gaskell:  an  apprecia- 
tion. 002  G 

Manchester  Guardian,  June  16,  1884.  Knuts- 
ford  and  its  associations  [by  W.  E.  A.  Axon] 

002  G 

Sept.  29,  1 89 1.  A  leader  on  the  anniver- 
sary of  the  birth  of  Mrs.  Gaskell  002  G 

Aug.    17,    1895.      Notice  of  the   Gaskell 

Bibliography,  by  W.  E.  A.  Axon  and  Ernest 
Axon.  002  A  7 

Feb.  26,  1898.     Note  on  the  memorial  to 

Mrs.  Gaskell  at  Knutsford.  002  G 

Mar.  4,  1899.  Sandlebridge  and  its  asso- 
ciations [with  Mrs.  Gaskell].  002  G 

Aug.  29,  1903.  Notice  of  Green's  Hand- 
list  of   the   Moss   Side    Gaskell     Collection. 

002  A  7 

Jan.  25,  1904.     A  cyclist  on  Sandlebridge 

and  its  associations.  002  G 

Nov.    II,   1904.     Notes  on  Moss  Side,  by 

W.     E.    A.    Axon.  002  G 


Manchester  Guardian,  Sept,  26,  1905.      Note  on 
Mrs.  Gaskell  and  Knutsford.  002  G 

Oct.    7,    10,    II,    1905.     Mrs.    Gaskell  and 

Knutsford.  002  G 

Nov.    22,    1905.    Mrs.    Gaskell  and   Moss 

Side.  002  G 

April  5,  1906.     Mrs.  Gaskell  and  Manches- 
ter :    letter  signed  Clement  Shorter.       002  G 

Mar.     25,     1907.     Mrs.     Gaskell :      some 

appreciations.  002  G 

June  22,  1907.      The   L.C.C.  and    "Mary- 
Barton."  002  G 

Oct.  26,  1908.     Memorial   notice   of  Miss 

Julia  Gaskell.  002  G 

Oct.  27,   1908.     Report  of  the   funeral   of 

Miss  Julia  Gaskell  at  Knutsford.  002  G 

Nov.    I,  1908.     Report  of    a    service    in 

memory  of  the  late  Miss  Julia  Gaskell.     002  G 

Feb.  9,  10,  12,  16,  1910.  Article  on  Garratt 

Hall,  with  repUes  from  correspondents.    002  G 

Feb.  21,  1 9 10.     Report  of  meeting  of  the 

Bronte  Society  in  Manchester.  002  G 

Feb.    22,    1910.       Notes   on    the  Gaskell 

House,  Plymouth  Grove.  002  G 


Manchester  Guardian,  Sept.  29,  1910.  The  Gaskell 
centenary  : — The  Novelist's  career,  by  Flora 
Masson.  Leading  article  on  the  Gaskell  centen- 
ary ;  Mrs.  Gaskell's  powers,  by  C.  H.  H[erford]. 
The  Gaskell  Centenary  Exhibition  [at  the 
Reference  Library].  Portraits  of  Mrs.  Gaskell, 
Rev.  Wm.  Gaskell,  M.A.,  and  Mrs.  Lumb; 
Views  of  her  birthplace,  and  84  Plymouth 
Grove.  Facsimile  of  Mrs.  Gaskell's  hand- 
writing. 002  G 

Sept.   30,   1 9 10.     Mrs.  Gaskell  and  G.  F. 

Watts's    "  Good    Samaritan."  002  G 

Oct.     26,     1 9 10.     Note    on    the    Gaskell 

evening    at    the    Manchester    Literary    Club. 

002  G 

Manchester  Herald,  Jan.  13,  1900.  Mrs.  Gaskell 
and  Knutsford,  by  George  A.  Payne.        002  G 

Manchester  Quarterly,  July,  1902,  pp.  195-228. 
Lancashire  novehsts  :  Mrs.  Gaskell,  by  John 
Mortimer.  002  Y 

Jan.  191 1,  pp    1-8.    Concerning  the  " Mary 

Barton "  fields,  by  John  Mortimer.  With 
view  of  Pepper  Hill  Farm,  from  a  water  colour 
drawing  by  D.  Harrison.  002  Y 

Millgate  Monthly,  Sept.  19 10,  pp.  778-781.  The 
centenary  of  Mrs.  Gaskell,  by  W.  E.  A.  Axon. 

002  Y 

Morning  Post,  Sept.  29,  19 10.  Mrs.  Gaskell's 
centenary,  by  Mrs.  B.  R.  Belloc.  002  G 


Nation  [N.Y.,  U.S.A.],  April  ii,  1907,  pp.  331-33 
Mrs.  Gaskell,  by  P.  E.  Moore.  002  G 

Nation  [England],  Sept.  10,  1910.  The  art  of 
Mrs.  Gaskell.  002  G 

National  Home-Reading  Union  Magazine,  April 
7,  1898,  pp.  103-5.  The  labour  movement  in 
fiction  :    "  Mary  Barton,"  by  M.  Ainsworth. 

002  Y 

Sept.  7,  1905,  pp.  18-21.     Paper  on  "Mary 

Barton."  002  Y 

Sept.  1906,  pp.  22-24.  Paper  on   "  North 

and  South."  002  Y 

New  Saturday,  Jan.  16,  1897.  Appreciation  of 
Mrs.  Gaskell.  002  Y 

Nineteenth  Century,  May,  1897,  pp.  769-792 
Apotheosis  of  the  novel  under  Queen  Victoria, 
by  H.  Paul  [with  ref.  to  Mrs.  Gaskell,  pp. 
778-9.]  002  Y 

Sept.   1910,  pp.  467-482.     The    centenary 

of  Mrs.  Gaskell,  by  Lewis  Melville.        002  Y 

Pall  Mail  Gazette,  Nov.  15,  1865.  Obituary 
notice  of  Mrs.  Gaskell.  002  B  4 

Photo-Miniature,  Feb.  1902.  Frontispiece,  Lady 
Glenmire  ("  Cranford ")  from  painting  by 
Katherine  Stanbery.  002  Y 

Pilot,  June  28,  1902,  pp.  672-72).  Mrs.  Gaskell's 
novels,  by  Basil  Champneys.  002  G 

Publishers*  Circular,  Oct.  i,  19 10.  Centenary 
of  birth  of  Mrs.  Gaskell.  002  G 


27 

Review  of  Reviews,  Oct.,  1910,  pp.  352-3.  The 
centenary  of  Mrs.  Gaskell.  002  Y 

Rochdale  Observer,  Literary  Supplement, 
Oct.  I,  1 9 10.  Review  of  Green's  Biblio- 
graphical guide  to  the  Moss  Side  Gaskell 
Collection.  002  A  7 

Saturday  Review,  1865,  pp.  638-9.  Memorial 
notice  of  Mrs.  Gaskell.  Ref.  L, 

Scottish  Co-operator,  Sept.  30,  19 10.  Cente- 
nary of  Mrs.   Gaskell,  by  J.   C.  002  G 

Sltetoh,  Mar.  i,  1899.  A  memorial  to  Mrs. 
Gaskell  [at  Knutsford],  by  George  A.  Payne. 

002  G 

Sphere,  Oct.  3,  1903.  Review  of  Green's  Hand- 
list of  the  Moss  Side  Gaskell  collection. 

002  A  7 

Nov.    7,    1908.     Portrait    of    Miss    Julia 

Gaskell,   and   remarks.  002  G 

Sept.   10,   1 9 10.     Notes   on   some   current 

Gaskell  literature.  002  G 

Sept.  24,  1 9 10.  The  centenary  of  Eliza- 
beth Cleghorn  Gaskell ;  19  illustrations,  and  a 
chronology  of  Mrs.  Gaskell's  life  and  works. 

002  G 

Oct.    8,    1 9 10.      Views  of   Silverdale   and 

Lindeth  Tower.  002  G 

Nov.    5,    1 9 10.     Note   on    the   revival    of 

interest  in  Mrs.  Gaskell.  002  G 


standard,  Sept.  29,  19 10.  Article  on  the 
centenary   of  Mrs,    Gaskell.  002  G 

Sunday  Chronicle,  Sept.  4,  19 10.  Centenary 
of  Mrs,   Gaskell,  the  novelist.  002  G 

T.  P.*S  Weekly,  June  28,  1907.  Mrs.  Gaskell 
and    "  Mary   Barton."  002  G 

Temperance  Star,  Dec.  1897,  pp.  136-8.  Mrs. 
Gaskell's  first  appearance  in  print,  by  W.  E.  A. 
Axon.  002  Y 

Treasury,  Oct,,  19 10,  pp.  55-61.  Mrs.  Gaskell : 
haunts,  homes,  and  stories.  002  Y 

Unitarian  Herald,  Nov.  18,  1865.  Obituary 
notice  of  Mrs.  Gaskell.  002  B  4 

Unitarian  Monthly,  April,  19 10.  Account  of 
Mrs.  Gaskell.  002  G 

Woman  at  Home,  May,  1896,  pp.  681-691.  Mrs. 
Gaskell  and  Charlotte  Bronte,  by  C.  K. 
Shorter.  002  Y 

June,    1897,   pp.    761-770.  Mrs.  Gaskell's 

house  and  its  memories,   by  Marion  LesUe. 

002  Y 

Yorkshire  Post,  May  9,  1907.  "Mary  Barton" 
as  a  school  book.  002  G 


Copy  of  a  po3m  by  Tennyson,  written  by 

Mrs.  Gaskell  for  Mrs.  G.  L.  Banks's 

collection  of  autographs. 


89 


IIL—AUTOGRAPHS  AND  MANUSCRIPTS. 
Autographs  of  Mrs.  Gaskell. 

"  Crowley  Castle."     45  folio  pages.     Bound  in 
morocco,  gold  tooled.  002  B  3.1 

One  page  from  an  unnamed  manuscript  by  Mrs. 

Gaskell.  002  B  3.3 

Both  the  above  items  presented  by  Miss  Gaskell. 

"  The  crooked  branch."    65  folio  pages.    Bound 

in  morocco,  gold  tooled. 

Kindly  lent  by  Miss  Gaskell. 

Letter  from  121,  upper  Rumford  Street,  Janu- 
ary 25  [        ],  4  pp.  002  B  3.15 

Letter  to  James  Crossley.    From  42,  Plymouth 
Grove,  May  13  [         ],  4  pp.  002  B  3.17 

Letter    to    James    Crossley.    From    Plymouth 
Grove.     February  [         ],  7  pp.        002  B  8.19 

Letter  from  42,   Plymouth  Grove,  Manchester, 
May  28th  [      ],  4  pp.  002  B  3.21 

Letter  from  42,  Plymouth  Grove,  April  16,  i860. 
3  pp.  002  B  3.23 

Letter.    Fragment.    Undated,    3  pp.     002  B  3.25 

Copy  of  a  poem  by  Tennyson.    Written  for  Mrs. 
G.  L.  Banks's  collection  of  autographs. 

002  B  3.27 


other  Manuscripts  and  facsimiles. 

Bronte  (Rev.  Patrick)  Autograph  letter  to  the 

Rev.  Wm.   Gaskell,  M.A.,  dated  July  23rd, 

1856.  002  B  3.35 

Includes  a  reference  to  Mrs.  Gaskell's  work  on  the 

"  Life    of     Charlotte    Bronte."    Presented    by    Miss 

Gaskell. 

Dickens  (Charles)  Copy  of  letter  to  Mrs.  Gaskell, 
dated  6th  November,  1852.  002  B  3.29 

Autograph  letter  to  Mrs.   Gaskell,   dated 

6th  December,  1852.  002  B  8.31 

Presented  by  Miss  Gaskell.  Both  letters  refer  to  a 
ghost  story  by  Mrs.  Gaskell  which  appeared  in  the 
Christmas  No.  of  "  Household  Words  "  for  1852. 

Gaskell  (Rev.  William)  Autograph  MSS. 

Funeral  service  for  a  child.    Fragment  of  a  me- 
morial address.    Another  fragment.    A  prayer. 
The  MSS.  lent  by  Miss  Gaskell. 

Marriage  Certificate,  Certificate  of  marriage 
solemnized  in  the  Parish  of  Nether  Knutsford, 
between  William  Gaskell  and  Elizabeth  Cleg- 
horn  Stevenson,  on  August  30th,  1832.  Photo- 
graphed by  G.  Higenbottam.  002  B  3.38 


Bust  of   Mrs.  Gaskell,  by  D.  Dunbar  (1829). 


" 


/'■ 


>r/: 


Mrs.  Gaskell,  from  the  portrait  by 
George  Richmond  (1851). 


3X 


IV.— PORTRAITS  AND  VIEWS. 

Bust  of  Mrs.  Gaskell  made  by  D,  Dunbar  in  1829. 
Four  photographs  of  the  bust  taken  in  different 
positions.  002  B  5.2 

Photograph  from  a  miniature  done  in  Edinburgh 
in  1832  by  Thompson.  002  B  5.8 

Photograph  of  the  portrait  of  Mrs.  Gaskell  by 
George  Richmond  (1851).  002  B  5.12 

Photograph  of  Mrs.  Gaskell,  from  the  painting  by 
Samuel  Lawrence  (1864-5).  002  B  5.16 

Photograph  of  the  Rev.  Wilham  Gaskell.  Date 
about  1878.  002  B  5.28 

Two  photographs  of  Miss  Julia  Gaskell. 

002  B  5.38 

Photograph  of  the  portrait  of  Mrs.  Lumb,  in  the 
possession  of  Miss  Gaskell.  002  B  5.48 

View  of  the  old  Lower  Mosley  Street  Sunday 
school.  002  B  7.2 

View  of  a  farm  in  Greenheys.  An  original  draw- 
ing by  John  Ralston,  1827.  002  B  7.5 

Pepperhill  Farm.  A  black  and  white  drawing  by 
F.  L.  Tavare.  002  B  7.7 

Pepperhill  Farm.    A  photographic  view  (recent). 

002  B  7.12 

Pepperhill  Farm.  A  pen  and  ink  sketch,  by 
J.  J.  Gleave.  002  B  7.15 


Pepperhill  Farm.  "  Mary  Barton  "  Fields.  A 
framed  engraving  from  a  water-colour  drawing 
in  the  possession  of  Mr.  Samuel  Massey. 

002  B  7.17 

No.  84,  Plymouth  Grove.  Exterior  view.  Large 
photograph.  002  B  7.20 

No.  84,  Plymouth  Grove.  The  drawing-room. 
Large  photograph.  002  B  7.21 

No.  84,  Plymouth  Grove.  Exterior  view.  Photo- 
graph. Reproduced  in  "  Millgate  Monthly," 
Sept.  1 9 10.  002  B  7.25 

Illustrations  from  the  Knutsford  edition  of  Mrs. 
Gaskell's  works.  13  plates  and  i  facsimile  of 
MS.    Presented  by  the  publishers.    002  B  7.31 

Five  photographic  views  of  Silverdale,  in  the 
neighbourhood  of  which  Mrs.  Gaskell  stayed 
while  writing  "  Ruth  "  and  other  tales. 

002  B  7.41 

Photograph  of  Lindeth  Lodge,  Silverdale,  where 
Mrs.  Gaskell  stayed  in  186 1.  002  B  7.48 

Photograph  of  Gibraltar  Farm,  Silverdale,  where 
Mrs.  Gaskell  stayed  repeatedly.         002  B  7.50 

Photograph  of  Gibraltar  Tower,  Silverdale,  in 
the  top  room  of  which  Mrs.  Gaskell  used  to 
write.  002  B  7.52 

Another  photograph  of  Gibraltar  Tower,  Silver- 
dale,  showing  the  entrance.  002  B  7.53 

Unitarian  Chapel,  Brook  Street,  Knutsford. 
Two  pictorial  post  cards,   different  views. 

002  B  7.58 


View  of  the  Gaskell  Memorial  Tower,  Knutsford. 
Pictorial  post  card.  002  B  7.60 

37  photographs  of  places  in  Knutsford  and 
neighbourhood  connected  with  Mrs.  Gaskell 
and  her  books,  including  four  Manchester 
views.  The  photographs  taken  by  the  Rev. 
C.  S.  Sargisson,  of  Manchester.        002  B  7.62 

Entrance  to  Knutsford.  The  oldest  house  in  Knuts- 
ford. In  Knutsford.  In"Cranford."  Old  part  of  Knuts- 
ford. Corner  of  the  "  Old  Market  Place  "  in  Knutsford. 
The  Hon.'Mrs.  Jaraieson's  house — "  Cranford."  Old 
house  in  Knutsford.  Supposed  shop  of  Miss  Matty  in 
Knutsford.  House  of  Mrs.  Gaskell's  uncle  in  Knuts- 
ford. House  of  the  "  Highwayman."  The  Angel 
Hotel,  Knutsford.  The  Royal  George,  Knutsford. 
The  Assembly  Rooms,  Knutsford.  Sandlebridge 
House,  the  "  Woodley  "  of  Cranford.  Another  view 
showing  window  of  kitchen.  Another,  showing  back- 
door. The  famous  sedan  chair.  Main  Street,  Knuts- 
ford. Another  view  of  same,  showing  Gaskell  Me- 
morial Tower.  Knutsford  Parish  Church.  The  old 
Unitarian  Chapel,  Knutsford.  Same,  entrance  to 
gallery.  House  in  which  Mrs.  Gaskell  spent  most  of 
her  girlhood,  Knutsford.  Mrs.  Gaskell's  grave.  The 
Gaskell  Memorial,  Knutsford  (bust  and  bas-relief). 
The  Gaskell  Memorial  Tower.  Another  view  of  the 
Gaskell  Memorial  Tower,  Knutsford.  Another  view 
of  the  Gaskell  Memorial  Tower,  Knutsford,  showing 
bust,  bas-relief,  and  inscription.  Mrs.  Gaskell's  grave 
from  corner  of  chapel.  Entrance  to  Tatton  Park. 
Same,  another  view.  The  school-house,  Knutsford. 
Mrs.  Gaskell's  house  in  Manchester.  Another  view 
(from  Swintou  Grove).  Interior  of  Cross  Street 
Chapel,  Manchester.  Memorial  tablet  to  Mrs.  Gaskell 
in  Cross  Street  Chapel. 

Six  pictorial  post  card  views  of  Heppenheim, 
Germany.  The  views  illustrate  the  neighbour- 
hood of  Mrs.  Gaskell's  story,  "  Six  weeks  at 
Heppenheim."  002  B  7.66 


34 


v.— COLLECTED  WORKS  of  Mrs,  GASKELL, 

(First  collected  edition,  1872-3,  8vo.  /vols.). 

Novels  and  tales.     Lond.  :  Smith,  Elder  &  Co. 
1878-82,  8vo.  7  vols.  4  illus.  in  each.      Ref.  L. 

I. — Wives  and  daughters. 

II. — North  and  south. 

III. — Sylvia's  lovers. 

IV. — Cranford,  and  other  tales. 

Company  manners.  The  well  of  Pen-Morfa.  The 
heart  of  John  Middleton.  Traits  and  stories  of  the 
Huguenots.  Six  weeks  at  Heppenheira.  The  squire's 
story.  Libbie  Marsh's  three  eras.  Curious  if  true. 
The  moorland  cottage.  The  sexton's  hero.  Dis- 
appearances. Right  at  last.  The  Manchester  mar- 
riage.    Lois  the  witch.     The  crooked  branch. 

V. — Mary  Barton,  and  other  tales. 

Cousin  Pliillis.  My  French  master.  The  old  nurse's 
story.  Bessy's  troubles  at  home.  Christmas  storms 
and  sunshine. 

VI. — Ruth,  and  other  tales. 

The  grey  woman.  Marton  Hall.  Mr.  Harrison's 
confessions.    Hand  and  heart. 

VII. — Lizzie  Leigh,  and  other  tales. 

A  dark  night's  work.  Eound  the  sofa.  My  Lady 
Ludlow.  An  accursed  race.  The  doom  of  the 
Griffiths.  Half  a  lifetime  ago.  The  poor  Clare.  The 
half-brothers. 

Novels  and  tales.     Lond.  :    Smith,  Elder   &  Co. 
New    edition.      189 1-2.     Svo.    7    vols,     Illus. 

002  J  8 

Contents  the  same  as  above.  The  publishers  also 
issue  the  same  edition  in  small  post  Svo. 


35 

Novels  and  tales.     Lond.  :   Smith,  Elder  &  Co. 
1892-4.  sm.   8vo.   8  vols.     Pocket  edition. 

002  J  16 

I. — Wives  and  daughters. 

II. — North  and  south. 

III. — Sylvia's  lovers. 

IV. — Cranford,  and  other  tales. 

Cranford.  The  Squire's  story.  Curious  if  true. 
The  moorland  cottage.  Disappearances.  Right  at 
last.    Tlie  Manchester  marriage.    Lois  the  witch. 

V. — Mary  Barton,  and  other  tales. 

Mary  Barton.  My  French  master.  The  old  nurse's 
story.  Bessy's  troubles  at  home.  Christmas  storms 
and  sunshine. 

VI. — Ruth,  and  other  tales. 

Ruth,  Morton  Hall.  Hand  and  heart.  Company 
manners. 

VII. — A  dark  night's  work,  and  other  tales. 
A  dark  night's  work.  Cousin  Phillis.  The  grey 
woman.  The  heart  of  John  Middleton.  Traits  and 
stories  of  the  Huguenots.  Six  weeks  at  Heppenheim. 
Lizzie  Leigh.  The  crooked  branch.  The  sexton's 
hero. 

VIII. — My  Lady  Ludlow,  and  other  tales. 

Round  the  sofa.  My  Lady  Ludlow.  An  accursed 
race.  The  doom  of  the  Griffiths.  Half  a  lifetime  ago. 
The  poor  Clare.  The  half-brothers.  The  well  of  Pen- 
Morfa.  Mr.  Harrison's  confessions.  Libbie  Marsh's 
three  eras. 


9« 

Works.  Ed.,  with  a  biographical  introduction 
to  volume  i ,  and  a  critical  introduction  to  each 
volume,  by  A.  W.  Ward.  Lond.  :  Smith, 
Elder  &  Co.  1906.  8vo.  8  vols.  The  "  Knuts- 
ford  "  edition.     I  litis.  002  J  24 

I. — Mary  Barton,  and  other  tales. 

Mary  Barton.    Libbie  Marsh's  three  eras.     The 

sexton's  hero.    Clopton  House. 
II. — Cranford,  and  other  tales. 

Cranfoid.  Lizzie  Leigh.     The  well  of  Pen-Morfa. 

The  moorland  cottage.    The  heart  of  John  Middleton. 

Disappearances.    The  old  nurse's  story.    Morton  Hall. 

Traits   and   stories   of  the  Huguenots.    My  French 

master.    The  squire's  story. 
III. — Ruth,  and  other  tales. 

Ruth.       Cumberland     sheep  -  shearers.      Modem 

Greek  songs.    Company  manners.    Bessy's  troubles 

at  home.    Hand  and  heart. 
IV. — North  and  south. 
V. — My  Lady  Ludlow,  and  other  tales. 
Bound  the  sofa.    My  Lady  Ludlow.    An  accursed 

race.    The  doom  of  the  Griffiths.    Half  a  lifetime  ago. 

The  poor  Clare.     The  half-brothers.     Mr.  Harrison's 

confessions.     The  Manchester  marriage. 
VI. — Sylvia's  lovers,    &c. 

Contains  also  "  An  Italian  institution." 
VII. — Cousin  Phillis,  and  other  tales. 

Cousin  Phillis.      Lois  the  witch.        The  crooked 

branch.     Curious  if  true.     Right  at  last.     The  grey 

woman.    Six  weeks  at  Heppenheim.    A  dark  night's 

work.    The  Shah's  English  gardener.    French  life. 

Crowley  Castle.     Two  fragments  of  ghost  stories. 
VIII. — Wives  and  daughters. 

Reviews  of  the  Knutsford  edition  appeared  in  "  The 

Academy,"   Nov.   26,   1906  (002  G) ;   "  Athenaeum  " 

(B.L.) ;    "  The  Bookman."   1906  (R.L.) ;    "  Manch. 

Guard.,"  Sept.  4,  1906,  and  Jan.  10,  1907  (002  G) ; 

"  The  Nation  "  (New  York),  Apr.  11,  1907  (002  G) ; 

"  Spectator,"  1906,  pp.  437-8  (R.L.) ;  "  The  Times 

Lit.  Supp."  Sept.  14,  1906  (002  G). 


37 

Worisfi.  Ed.,  with  biographical  and  critical  in- 
troductions by  Clement  [K.]  Shorter.  Lond.  : 
H.  Frowde.  1906-10.  i6mo.  "  The  world's 
classics  "  edition.  002  J  36 

I. — Mary  Barton. 

II.— Ruth. 

III. — Cranford.     The    cage    at    Cranford. 
The  moorland  cottage. 

IV. — North  and  south. 

V. — Sylvia's  lovers. 

VI. — ^Wives  and  daughters. 


VL— PERIODICALS    CONTAINING     CONTRI- 
BUTIONS BY  MRS.  6ASKELL. 

All  the  Year  Round.    Vols.  I-XVI.,  1859-66. 

002  0  1 
Blackwood's  Magazine.  Jan.,  1837.  Ref.  L. 
CornhlU   Magazine.    Vols.    I-XIII.,     i860- 1866 

002  0  18 
Dublin  University  Magazine.  1858.  Ref.  L. 
Eraser's  Magazine.  April-June,  1864.  Ref.  L, 
Harper's  Magazine.     1858.  Ref.  L. 

HouseholdWords.  Vols.  I-XIX.,  1850-9.  002  0  34 
Ho  Witt's  Journal.  Vol.  I-IIL,  1847-8.  002  0  53 
Ladies'  Companion.  Vols.  I-III.,  18 50-1.  002  0  56 
Macmillan's  Magazine,  Dec,  1863.  002  0  57 
Sunday  School  Penny  Magazine.  Vol.  I.,  1848 
101867.     18  vols.  002  0  60 

Dickens  (Charles)  and  others.  Christmas 
numbers  of  "  Household  Words."  Reprinted, 
1903.  3  vols.  Containing  the  following  stories 
by  Mrs.  Gaskell: — 

1852.— "The  old  nurse's  story."        002  0  81 
1853. — "The  squire's  story."  002  0  82 

1858.— "The Manchester  marriage."  002  0  83 

Dickens    (Charles)    and   others.       Christmas 
numbers  of  "  All  the  Year  Round."  Reprinted 
1903.     2     vols.     Containing     the     following 
stories  by  Mrs.  Gaskell : — 
1859. — "  The  ghost  in  the  garden  room." 

002  0  84 

1863. — "  How  the  first  floor  went  to  Crowley 

Castle."  002  0  85 


39 


VII.— CHRONOLOGICAL  LIST. 

Mrs.  GaskelVs  writings,  arranged  in  the  order 
of  their  first  appearance,  with  later  editions, 
not  forming  part  of  the  "  Collected  Works  " 
[Section   V.). 

Sketches  among  the  poor,  1837. 

Blackwood's  Magazine.  January,  1837,  vol.  41. 
pp.  48-51-  Ref.  L, 

Contains  "  Sketches  among  the  poor  "  a  poem  in 
the  manner  of  Crabbe,  written  conjointly  by  Mrs. 
Gaskell  and  her  husband.  Vide  Mrs.  Gaskell's  letter 
to  Mrs.  Howitt  quoted  in  "  Good  Words,"  1895, 
pp.  604-612. 

The  poem  was  reprinted  in  "  The  Temperance  Star  " 
for  Dec.  1897,  with  a  prefatory  note  by  W.  E.  A. 
Axon.  It  has  also  been  reprinted  in  the  introduction 
to  vol.  1  of  the  Knutsford  edition  of  "  Works,"  1906, 
pp.  xxii.-xxv. 

Clopton  Hall,  1838-40. 

Howitt  (W.)  Visits  to  remarkable  places.  Lend. 
1840.  002  T  3 

Pp.  130-146.  Account  of  Clopton  Hall  in  Warwick- 
shire, by  Mrs.  Gaskell,  first  written  in  a  letter  to 
William  Howitt  in  1838. 

Libbie  Marsh's  Three  Eras,  1847-1850. 

Libbie  Marsh's  three  eras.  Hewitt's  Jour,  i., 
1847.  002  0  53 

Libbie  Marsh's  three  eras.  A  Lancashire  tale. 
Lond.  :  Hamilton,  Adams  &  Co.  [1850].  i6mo. 
pp.  72.     Engraved  title  on  wrapper.   002  P  9.5 


40 

Libble  Marsh's  three  eras.  Lond.  :  Chap- 
man &  Hall,  1855.  8vo.  pp.  24.  Title  on 
wrapper.  002  P  9.7 

The  Sexton's  Hero,  1847. 

The    sexton's    hero.     Hewitt's   Jour.   ii.    1847. 

002  0  54 

The  sexton's  hero :  and  Christmas  storms  and 
sunshine.  Contributed  by  the  authoress  of 
"  Mary  Barton."  For  the  benefit  of  the 
Macclesfield  Public  Baths  and  Wash-houses. 
Manch.  :  Johnson,  Rawson,  &  Co.,  1850. 
8vo..  pp.  28.  002  S  7 

A  second  edition  appeared  in  1855  with  the  imprint 
of  Messrs.  Chapman  &  Hall.  There  is  a  copy  In  the 
Cross  Street  Chapel  Library. 

The  sexton's  hero.  Excerpt  from  the  "  Parish 
Magazine,"  1859.  vol.  i,  No.  10.  pp.  i45-i';2. 
With  a  woodcut.  002  S  7.2 

1848. 

Ohristmas  storms  and  sunshine.  Howitt's  Jour, 
iii.  1848.  002  0  55 

Mary  Barton,  1848. 

Mary  Barton  :  a  tale  of  Manchester  life.  Lond.  : 
Chapman  &  Hall.  1848.  2  vols.  pp.  I.  viii.  317  ; 
n.  ii.  312.  002  R  5 

Mary  Barton.  Third  edition.  Lond.  1849.  2 
vols.  002  R  5.3 


♦I 

Mary  Barton  :  a  tale  of  Manchester  life.  Copy- 
right edition.  Leip.  :  B.  Tauchnitz.  1849. 
8vo.  pp.  viii,  433.  002  R  5.4 

Reviewed  in  "  The  Athenseura,"  1848,  pp.  1050-1 
(E.L.) ;  "  Eclectic  Review,"  Jan.  1849,  pp.  51-63 
(002  Y) ;  "  British  Quar.  Rev.,"  Feb.  1849,  pp.  117-136 
(002  Y) ;  "  Manchester  Guard.,"  Feb.  28, 1849  (R.L.) ; 
"  Bdin.  Rev,,"  April,  1849,  pp.  402-435  (002  Y)  ; 
"  Prospective  Rev.,"  vol.  5,  1849,  pp.  36-57,  by  J.  J. 
Taylor  (R.L.). 

Mary  Barton :  a  tale  of  Manchester  life. 
Fifth  edition.  Lend.  :  Chapman  6-  Hall, 
1854.  8vo.  pp.  X.  323.  [With  an  appendix 
of  "  Tw^o  lectures  on  the  Lancashire  Dialect," 
by  the  Rev.  William  Gaskell,  M.A.  8vo. 
pp.  27.]  002  R  5.8 

Presented  by  iVIr.  J.  H.  Pimley,  Moss  Side.  An 
inscription  on  the  fly-leaf  reads  :  "  To  Ann  Swift  from 
her  sincere  friend  E,  C.  Gaskell,  May  20th,  1854." 
Miss  Swift  was  a  member  of  the  Sunday  School  class 
taught  by  Mrs,  Gaskell. 

[French  translation],  Marie  Barton.  Traduit 
par  Mile.  Morel.  Paris  :  Hachette  et  Cie. 
1866.  8vo.  pp.  iv.  261.  002  R  5.21 

Mary  Barton.  Lond,  :  Wame  &  Co.,  1890.  8vo. 
pp.  X.  422.     One  of  "  Warne's  Crown  Library." 

002  R  5.36 

Mary  Barton  ;  a  tale  of  Manchester  Ufe.  With  a 
biographical  introduction  by  G.  T.  Bettany 
(pp.  v-xxiii).  Lond.  :  Ward,  Lock,  &  Co. 
1 89 1.  8vo.  pp.  xxiii.  422.  One  of  the 
"  Minerva  library  of  famous  books." 

002  R  5.40 


42 

Mary  Barton  :  a  story  of  Manchester  life.  Lond.  : 
Milner   &  Co.,  1891.  8vo.  pp.  288.     002  R  5.42 

Mary  Barton  :  a  tale  of  Manchester  life.  Lond.  : 
W.  H.  White    &  Co.  1892.  8vo.  pp.  viii.  113. 

002  R  5.44 

Mary  Barton.  Lond.  :  R.  E.  King.  1893.  8vo. 
pp.  422.  002  R  5.50 

Mary  Barton.  Lond.  :  Bliss  &  Co.  1897.  8vo. 
PP-    2)2>7'     One   of   the    "  Burleigh     library." 

002  R  5.56 

Mary  Barton  :  a  tale  of  Manchester  factory  life 
fifty    years    ago.     Abridged.     With    preface. 

1897.  No  9  "  Stead's  Penny  popular  novels  " 

002  R  5.58 

Mary  Barton  :  a  tale  of  Manchester  life.  [Edi- 
torial note,  signed  C.S.C]     Lond.  :  G.  Newnes. 

1898.  8vo.    2  parts,   pp.   I.    80.;    II.    81-144. 

002  R  5.61 

Mary  Barton.  Lond.  :  Downey  &  Co.  1899. 
8vo.  pp.  2>Z7-  002  R  5.64 

Mary  Barton.  Lond.  :  W.  Scott,  Ltd.  1 899.  8vo. 
pp.  337.  002  R  5.66 

Mary  Barton.  Edin.  :  Nimmo.  1899.  8vo.  pp. 
ZZ7-  002  R  5.68 

Mary  Barton.  Lond.  :  Methuen  &  Co.  1902. 
8vo.  pp.  160.  One  of  "  Methuen's  Sixpenny 
library."  002  R  5.76 


43 

Boucieault  (Dion)  The  long  strike,  a  drama  in 
four  acts.  Lond.  :  S.  French  [  ].  8vo. 
pp.  38.  No.  360  of  "  French's  Standard 
drama."  002  R  6 

This  drama  was  founded  on  "  Mary  Barton  "  and 
was  first  produced  at  the  Lyceum,  London,  on  Sept. 
15,  1866.  There  appeared  In  "  The  Times  "  of  Sept. 
17,  1866,  a  long  criticism  probably  written  by  John 
Oxenford. 

1849. 

Hand  and  Heart.  Sund.  Sch.  P.  Mag.  July, 
1849.  002  0  61 

Lizzie  Leigh,  1850,  1855. 

Lizzie  Leigh.     Househ.  Words.     Mar.  1850. 

002  0  34 
[Lizzie  Leigh,  and  other  tales.     First  ed.  1855.] 

Lizzie  Leigh,  and  other  tales.  Leip.  :  B.  Tauch- 
nitz.  1855.  8vo.  pp.  vi.  410.  vol.  335.  Collec- 
tion of  British  authors.  002  R  1 

Lizzie  Leigh.  The  well  of  Pen-Morfa.  The  heart 
of  John  Middleton.  Disappearances.  The  old  nurse's 
story.  Traits  and  stories  of  the  Huguenots.  Morton 
Hall.  My  French  mtffiter.  The  Squire's  story. 
Company  manners.  Mr.  Harrison's  confessions. 
Libhie  Marsh's  three  eras.  The  sexton's  hero. 
Christmas  storms  and  sunshine.  Hand  and  heart. 
Bessy's  troubles  at  home. 

Lizzie  Leigh,  and  other  tales.  A  new  edition. 
Lond.  :  Smith,  Elder,  &  Co.  1884,  8vo.  pp.  vi. 
492.  002  R  1,9 

Lizzie  Leigh.  A  dark  night's  work.  Bound  the 
sofa.  My  Lady  Ludlow.  An  accursed  race.  The 
doom  of  the  Griffiths.  Half  a  life-time  ago.  The  poor 
Clare.    The  half-brothers. 


Lizzie  Leigh.  Illustrated  by  Theo.  Carreras. 
Lond.  :  Jarrold  &  Sons.  1896.  pp.  16.  No.  yj 
"  New  series  of  penny  popular  stories." 

002  R  1.21 

1850. 

The  well  of  Pen-Morfa.  Househ.  Words.  Nov. 
16,  23,  1850.  002  0  34 

The  heart  of  John  Middleton.  Househ.  W.  Dec. 
28,  1850.  002  0  34 

The  Moorland  Cottage,  1850. 

The  moorland  cottage,  with  14  illus.  by  Birket 
Foster.  Lond.  :  Chapman  &  Hall.  1850. 
8vo.  pp.  viii.  182.  002  R  7 

Notice  of  "  M.C."  in  the  "  Ladies'  Comp.,"  1851 
(002  O  56) ;  and  "  The  Athenaeum,"  1850,  pp. 
1337-8. 

The  moorland  cottage.  Lond. :  R.  E.  King. 
1892.  8vo.  pp.  191.  002  R  7.5 

1851. 

Mr.  Harrison's  confessions.  Ladies'  Comp. 
Feb.,  Mar.,  April,  1851.  002  0  56 

Disappearances.    Househ.  W.     June  7,  1851. 

002  0  35 
Cranford,  1851,  1853. 

Cranford  [sketches].  Househ.  W.  Dec.  13, 
1851,  to  May,  1853.  002  0  36 

[Cranford.    First  ed.   1853.] 


45 

Cranford.     By  the  author  of  **  Mary  Barton," 
•*  Ruth,"    &c.     Second  ed.     Lond.  :    Chapman 
and  Hall.     1853.  8vo.  pp.  iv.  324. 
Lent  by  Miss  Gaskell, 

Cranford.  Cheap  edition.  Lond.  :  Smith, 
Elder,  &  Co.  1855.  8vo.  pp.  vi.  281.  One  of 
the  "  Select  library  of  fiction."  002  P  3 

Cranford.  Cheap  edition.  Lond.  :  Smith  &  Co. 
n.d.  pp.  vi.  281.  002  P  3.3 

[French  translation.]  Cranford.  Traduit  par 
Mme.  Louise  Sw.-Belloc.  Paris  :  Hachette  et 
Cie.  1856.  8vo.  pp.  iv.  211.  In  coloured 
wrapper  with  title  repeated.  002  P  3.5 

[German  translation]  Cranford.  Leip.  :  P. 
Reclam,  jun.  [1857  ?]  i6mo.  pp.  224.  Nos. 
4441,  4442.     Universal-Bibliothek.     002  P  3.7 

Cranford.  Copyright  edition.  Leip.  :  B.  Tau- 
chnitz.     1867.  pp.  295.  002  P  3.10 

Cranford.  With  a  preface  by  Anne  Thackeray 
[Lady]  Ritchie  and  illustrations  by  Hugh 
Thomson.  Lond.  :  Macmillan  &  Co.  1891. 
8vo.  pp.  XXX.  297.  002  P  3.21 

Cranford.    The  same.     Reprinted.     1892. 

002  P  3.22 

Cranford.  The  same.  Rep.  New  York.  A.  L. 
Burt  [1892]  002  P  3.23 


46 

Cranford.  The  same.  [Without  introduction.] 
New  York  :  Hurst  &  Co.  [1892  ?]  8vo.  pp. 
331.  002  P  3.24 

Cranford.  Preface  by  the  Rev.  Brooke  Herford. 
Illus.  Lond.  :  Walter  Scott.  1898.  8vo.  pp. 
xvi.  319.  002  P  3.34 

Cranford.  With  16  illustrations  by  H.  M.  Brock. 
Lond.  :    Service    &  Paton.     1898.  pp.  313, 

002  P  3.36 

Cranford.  With  which  is  included  "  The  moor- 
land cottage."  With  an  introduction  by 
[Sir]  W.  Robertson  NicoU.  Lond.  :  Ward, 
Lock,    &  Co.     1898.   8vo.  pp.  xiv.  407. 

002  P  3.38 

Cranford.  With  a  memoir,  introduction,  and 
notes,  by  E.  V.  Lucas.  Lond.  :  Methuen 
and  Co.  1899.  8vo.  pp.  xliv.  354.  One  of 
"  The  little  library."  With  a  frontispiece 
portrait  of  Mrs.  Gaskell,  from  the  bronze 
medallion  by  Achille  D'Orsi.  002  P  3.40 

Cranford.  [With  editorial  note  by  Israel  Gol- 
lancz  and  marginalia  by  Miss  Emma  Gollancz.] 
Lond.  :  J.  M.  Dent  &  Co.  1900.  pp.  vi.  271. 
Frontispiece  por.  after  Richmond.     002  P  3.43 

Cranford.  [Cheap  reprint.]  Lond.  :  R.  E. 
King  [1900].  8vo.  pp.  ii.  289.  002  P  3.45 

Cranford.  16  illus.  by  H.  M.  Brock.  Lond. : 
1900.  8vo.  pp.  313.  A  re-issue  of  002  P  3.36 
with  a  new  title-page.  002  P  3.47 


Cranlord.  With  preface  by  [Lady]  Ritchie. 
Ulus.  by  H.  Thomson.  Lond.  :  Macmillan. 
1902.  8vo.  pp.  298.   A  reprint  of  No.  002  P  3.21 

002  P  3.51 

Cranford.  With  16  illus.  by  T.  H.  Robinson. 
Lond.:    Sands  (S- Co.      1902,     Svo.    pp.  316. 

002  P  3.52 

Cranford.  Lond.  :  Methuen  &  Co.  1902.  Svo. 
pp.  ii.  128.  No.  18  "  Methuen's  Sixpenny 
library."  002  P  3.53 

Cranford.  With  25  coloured  illustrations  by 
C.  E.  Brock.  [Forewords,  pp.  xi.-xv.]  Lond.  : 
J.  M.  Dent  &  Co.  1904.  8vo.  pp.  xv.  255. 
One  of  the  "  Series  of  English  idylls." 

002  P  3.58 

Cranford.  Lend.:  G.  Routledge  &Sons.  1905. 
8vo.  pp.  vi.  280.  One  of  the  "  New  universal 
library."  002  P  3.62 

Cranford.  New  York :  Grosset  &  Dunlap 
[1905  ?]  8vo.  pp.  279.  Illustrations  after  H. 
Thomson.  002  P  3.64 

Cranford.  [With  introduction  by  E.  V.  Lucas, 
pp.  v.-xxv.]  Lond.  :  Methuen  &  Co.  1906. 
8vo.  pp.  xxviii.  138.  One  of  "Methuen's 
Standard  library."  002  P  3.67 

Cranford.  Lond.  :  T.  Nelson  &  Sons  [1907] 
8vo.  pp.  vi.  246.     One  of  "  Nelson's  classics.'* 

002  P  3.70 


Cranford.  With  frontispiece  by  A.  E.  Jackson 
and  embellishments  by  Edgar  Wilson.  Lond.  : 
Sisley's,  Ltd.  1907.  8vo.  pp.  192.  One  of 
"  The  panel  books."  002  P  3.71 

Cranford.  Illustrated  by  A.  A.  Dixon,  Lond.  5 
Collins  &  Co.  1907.  8vo.  pp.  312.      002  P  3.72 

Cranford.  [With  forewords].  Lond.  :  J.  M. 
Dent  &  Co.  1908.  8vo.  pp.  xiv.  225.  No.  83 
"  Everyman's  Ubrary."  002  P  3.74 

Cranford.  New  York :  G.  P.  Putnam's  Sons 
[1908].  32mo.  pp.  vi.  317.  No.  33  "Ariel 
booklets."  002  P  3.76 

Cranford.  Edited  by  H.  E.  Coblentz.  Bost.  : 
Houghton  &  Co.  1910.  8vo.  pp.  xxvii.  279. 
One  of  the  "Riverside  literature  series," 
double  number,  192.  002  P  3.82 

Cranford.  With  24  illus.  in  colour  by  Evelyn 
Paul.  Burlington  library.  Lond.  :  Chap- 
man 6-   Hall.      1910.     8vo.    pp.    viu.    247. 

002  P  3.90 

Note.— Other  editions  of  "  Cranford  "  appeared  ia 
1905  (Nisbet) ;  1906  (Sisley) ;  1907,  "  King's  classics  " 
(Chatto  &  W.) ;  1907  (Macmillan) ;  1908  (Sisley) ; 
1908  "People's  library"  (CasseU) ;  1909  "Sesame 
classics  "  (Siegle  Hill  &  Co.) ;  1910,  "  World  library  " 
(Ward,  Lock). 


49 

"  Cranford  "  Plays. 

Hatch  (Beatrice)  Scenes  from  "  Cranford." 
Arranged  for  dramatic  performance.  With  a 
preface  by  Mr.  Edward  Compton.  Lond.  : 
Alex.  Moring,  Ltd.     1902.  8vo.  pp.   132. 

002  P5 

Reviewed  in  the  "  Daily  News,"  Nov.  26, 1902,  vvitli 
reply  signed  Beatrice  Hatcli,  Dec.  2, 1902  (002  G). 

Oldershaw  (Lucian)  ed.  Cranford  at  home. 
A  carpet  play  for  ladies.  Adapted  from  Mrs. 
Gaskell's  famous  novel.  Lond.  :  R,  B.  John- 
son.    1902.  32mo.  pp.  68.  002  P  5.2 

1852-3. 
Bessy's  troubles  at  home.      Sund.  Sch.  P.  Mag. 
Jan.   1852.  002  0  64 

The  Schah's  English  gardener.   Househ.  W.  June 

19.   1852.  002  0  37 

The  old  nurse's  story.     Househ.  W.    Christmas 

No.,  1852.  002  0  38 

Cumberland  sheep  shearers.  Househ.  W.  Jan. 
22,  1853.  002  0  39 

Ruth,  1853. 

Ruth :  a  novel.  Lond.  :  Chapman  &  Hall. 
1853.  3  vols.  8vo.  pp.  I.  ii.  298  ;  IL  ii.  328  ; 
IIL.  iii.  311.  002  s  5 

Reviewed  in  "  The  Athenaeum,"  1853  (R.  L.) ;  Bent- 
ley's  Miscellany,  1853,  pp.  237-40  (002  Y);  "Eliza 
Cook's  Journal,"  Mar.,  1853  (002  Gl)  ;  "  The 
English  Review,"  April,  1853  (002  G);  "North 
British  Review,"  May,  1853  (R.  L.)  "  Tait's  Maga- 
zine," vol.  20,  1853  (003) ;  and  others  not  in  the  col- 
lection. 


50 


Ruth  :  a  novel.  By  the  author  of  "  Mary 
Barton."  Cheap  edition.  Lond.  :  Chapman 
and  Hall.     1855.     8vo.  pp.  ii.  318. 

Ruth.  Lond.  :  R.  E.  King.  1898.  8vo.  pp.  ii. 
S^^'  002  S  5.81 

1853-4. 

Morton  Hall.    Househ.  Words,  Nov.   19,   1853. 

002  0  40 

Traits  and  stories  of  the  Huguenots.  Househ.  W. 
Dec.   10,   1853.  002  0  40 

My  French  Master.      Househ.  W.,  Dec.   17,  24, 

1853.  002  0  40 

The  squire's  story.  Househ.  W.,  Christmas 
No.  1853.  002  0  40 

The  scholar's  story.  Househ.  W.,  Christmas 
No.   1853.  002  0  40 

This  story  was  translated  by  Mr.  Gaskell  from  a 
Breton  ballad  by  the  Vicomte  de  la  Villemarqu^,  and 
the  introductory  remarks  were  written  by  Mrs.  Gaskell. 

Modern  Greek  songs.    Househ.   W.,  Feb.   25, 

1854.  002  0  41 

Company  manners.    Househ.  W.,  May  20,  1854. 

002  0  41 
North  and  South,  1854,  1855. 

North  and  South.  Househ.  W.,  Sept.  2,  1854, 
to  Jan.  27,  1855.  002  0  42 


51 

North  and  South.  Lond.  :  Chapman  &  Hall. 
1855.  2  vols.  pp.  I.  vi.  320;   II.  iv.  361. 

002  R  9 

North  and  South.  Second  edition.  Lond.  1855. 
2  vols.  002  R  9.1 

North  and  South.  Copyright  edition.  Leip. : 
B.  Tauchnitz.  1855.  8vo.  pp.  ii.  428.  vol.  333. 
Collection  of  British  authors.  002  R  9.2 

North  and  South.  Fourth  edition.  I.ond.  : 
Chapman    &  Hall.    1859.   8vo.  pp.  viii.  406. 

002  R  9.6 

North  and  South.  New  York :  Harper  Bro- 
thers. 1864.  8vo.  pp.  154.  No.  196 "Library 
of  select  novels."  002  R  9.12 

North  and  South.  New  edition.  Lond.  :  Smith, 
Elder,  &  Co.      1870.  8vo.  pp.  vi.  432. 

002  R  9.18 

North  and  South.  Lond.  :  Smith,  Elder,  &  Co. 
1877.  8vo.  pp.  vi.  432.  002  R  9.21 

North  and  South.  Lond. :  W.  Scott,  Ltd.  1899. 
8vo.  pp.  iv.  344.  002  R  9.34 

North  and  South.  Lond.  :  R.  E.  King.  1900. 
8vo.  pp.  iv.  344.  602  R  9.37 

North  and  South.  Lond.  :  Methuen  &  Co. 
1902.  8vo.  pp.  172.  One  of  "  Methuen's 
Sixpenny  library."  002  R  9.40 


52 

1855-6. 

An  aecursed  race.    Househ.  W.,  Aug.  25,  185 q. 

002  0  44 
Half  a  life-time  ago.    Househ.  W.,  Oct.  6,  1855. 

002  0  44 
The  poor  Clare.     Househ.  W.,  Dec.    13,    1856. 

002  0  46 

Life  of  Charlotte  Bronte,  1857. 

Life  of  Charlotte  Brontel  Lond.  :  Smith, 
Elder,    &  Co.     1857.  8vo.  2  vols.         002  Q  1 

Life  of  Charlotte  Bronte.  2nd  ed.  Lond.  : 
Smith,Eldei-&Co.,i857.  8vo.  2  vols.  002  Q  1.1 
The  first  and  second  editions  are  identical,  and  con- 
tain the  passages  afterwards  suppressed.  The  illustra- 
tions are : — Portrait  of  Charlotte  Bronte  (after  G. 
Richmond),  and  facsimile  of  a  page  of  MS.  in  vol.  1. 
View  of  Haworth  Parsonage  and  Church  in  vol.  2. 

Life  of  Charlotte  Bronte.  3rd  edition,  revised 
and  corrected.     Lond.  :     Smith,  Elder,  &  Co, 

1857.  8vo.  2  vols.  002  Q  1.2 

Life  of  Charlotte  Bronte.  New  York  :  D.  Apple- 
ton  &  Co.  1857.  8vo.  2  vols.  Port.  First 
American  edition.  002  Q  1.3 

Reviews  appeared  in  "  The  Athenseura,"  Ap.  4, 1857 
(R.  L.) ;  "  Christian  Remembrancer,"  July,  1857 
(005) ;  "  The  Economist,"  AprU  18,  1857  (R.  L.) ; 
and  many  other  periodicals  not  at  present  in  the 
collection. 

Life  of  Charlotte  Bronte.    New  York  :  Appleton. 

1858.  8vo,    2   vols.     Port.    Second  American 
edition.  002  Q  1.4 


53 

Life  of  Charlotte  Bronte.  Lond.  :  Smith,  Elder 
&Co.    i860.  8vo.  pp.  viii.  441.     Cheap  edition. 

002  Q  1.8 

Life  of  Charlotte  Bronte.     1862.  002  Q  1.10 

[French  translation.]       Vie  de  Charlotte  Bronte 

(Currer    Bell).     Trad,    par    Mme.    Ambroise 

Tardieu.     Paris:    Grossart.     1877.    8vo.    pp. 

vi.  351.  002  Q  1.21 

Life     of     Charlotte     Bronte.    Lond.  :      Smith. 

Elder.    &  Co.     1895.  8vo.  pp.  viii.  441. 

002  Q  1.41 

Life  of  Charlotte  Bronte.  With  an  introduction 
and  notes  by  Clement  K.  Shorter.  Lond.  : 
Smith,  Elder,  &  Co.  1900.  8vo.  pp.  xxxvii. 
659.  Haworth  edition,  based  upon  the  third 
edition.  002  Q  1.48 

Illustrations.— VortTBiii  of  Mrs.  Gaskell  (after  George 
Richmoud).  Facsimile  of  the  title  page  of  the  first 
edition.  Haworth  old  church  as  the  Bronte  family 
knew  it.  Haworth  parsonage.  Facsimile  page  of 
MS.  of  "  The  Secret."  The  H6gcr  "  Pensionnat," 
Rue  d'Isabelle.  Brussels  :  Central  Avenue  of  the  gar- 
den, and  the  Forbidden  Alley.  Facsimile  of  a  letter 
from  Charlotte  Uroute  to  Mrs.  Smith.  Portraits  of  the 
Rev.  Patrick  Bronte  and  the  Rev.  A.  B.  Nicholls. 
Distant  view  of  Haworth.  Haworth  Village.  Maia 
Street.  House  where  the  Rev.  Patrick  Bronte  resided 
at  Hightown,  when  curate  of  Hartshead-cura-Clifton. 
Roc  Head.  Haworth  Moor— the  Bronte  Bridge.  Ha- 
worth Moor :  showing  Charlotte  Bronte's  chair. 
Haworth  old  hall. 

Introduction,  biographical  and  critical,  pp.  xvii.- 
xxxiv.  A  Bronte  chronology,  pp.  xxxv.-xxxvi. 
Index,  by  Mr.  Roger  Ingpen,  pp.  645-659. 

Reviewed  in  "  Nuova  Antologia."  Nov.  16,  1900 
(002Y) ;  and  many  other  periodicals. 


Life  of  Charlotte  Bronte.  Reprinted  from  the 
first  edition,  and  ed.  with  introduction  and 
notes  by  Temple  Scott  and  B.  W.  Willett. 
With  portrait  [after  Richmond].  Lond.  ; 
Downey  &  Co.  1901.  8vo.  pp.  xvi.  526. 
Thornton  edition.  002  Q  1,50 

Life  of  Charlotte  Bronte.  Lond.  :  G.  Rout- 
ledge  &  Sons.  1905.  8vo.  pp.  X.  510.  One  of 
the  "  New  universal  library."  002  Q  1.61 

Life  of  Charlotte  Bronte.  New  York :  The 
Mershon  Co.  [1906  ?]  8vo.  pp.  ii.  399. 

002  Q  1.65 

Life  of  Charlotte  Bronte.  With  introduction  by 
May  Sinclair.  Lond.  :  J.  M.  Dent  ^  Co. 
1908.     No.   318  "Everyman's  library." 

002  Q  1.70 

1857. 

Mabel  Vaughan.  By  Miss  Cummins.  Ed.  by 
arrangement  with  the  author,  by  Mrs.  Gaskell. 

1857.  002  T  3.3 

1858. 

The  doom  of  the  Griffiths.      Harper's  Mag.,  Jan. 

1858.  Ref.  L. 

My  Lady  Ludlow,  1858,  1861. 

My  Lady  Ludlow.  Househ.  W.,  June  19  to 
Sept.  25,  1858.  002  0  50 


My  Lady  Ludlow,  and  other  tales ;  included  in 
"  Round  the  sofa."  Lond.  :  Sampson  Low. 
1861.  8vo.  pp.  vi.  318.  002  R  7.21 

Bound  the  sofa.  My  Lady  Ludlow,  An  accursed 
race.  The  doom  of  the  Griffiths.  Half  a  lifetime 
ago.    The  poor  Clare.    The  half-brothers. 

1858. 

The  half-brothers.  Dublin  Univ.  Mag..  Nov. 
1858.  Ref.  L. 

Right  at  Last,  1858,  1860. 
The   sin  of  a  father.     Househ.  W.,  Nov.   27, 

1858.  002  0  51 
Reprinted  as  "  Right  at  Last." 

Right  at  last,  and  other  tales.  Lond.  :  Sampson 
Low  &  Co.     i860.  8vo.  pp.  vi.  318.       002  S  1 

Right  at  last.  The  Manchester  marriage.  Lois  the 
witch.    The  crooked  branch. 

Right  at  last,  and   other  tales.     New  York  : 
Harper  and  Brothers,     i860.  8vo.  pp.  305. 

002  S  1.1 

Contents  as  in  previous  item. 

1858-60. 

The  Manchester  marriage.  Househ.  W.,  Christ- 
mas No.  1858.  002  0  51 

Round  the  Sofa,  1859. 

Round  the  sofa.     Lond.  :  Sampson  Low  &  Co. 

1859.  2  vols.  8vo.  pp.  I.  iv.  340  ;  II.  iv.       297. 

002  S3 

I.  Round  the  sofa.  My  Lady  Ludlow.  II.  The 
accursed  race.  The  doom  of  the  Griffiths.  Half  a 
life-time  ago.    The  poor  Clare.    The  half-brothers. 


56 

[French  translation.]  Autour  du  sofa.  Traduit 
par  Mme.  H.  Loreau.  Paris  :  Hachette  et  Cie, 
1889.  8vo.  pp.  iv.  339.  002  S  3.5 

Lois  the  Witch,  1859. 

Lois  the  witch.     All  the  Y.R.     Oct.  8,  1859. 

002  01 

Lois  the  witch,  and  other  tales.  Leip.  :  B. 
Tauchnitz.  1861.  8vo.  pp.  viii.  338.  Vol. 
541.  Collection  of  British  authors.     002  R  3.1 

Lois  the  witch.  The  grey  woman.  The  doom  of  the 
Griffiths.     The  half-brothers.    The  crooked  branch. 

1859. 

The  ghost  in  the  garden  room.  All  the  Y.R,, 
Christmas  No.,  1859.  002  0  1 

Reprinted  under  the  title  of  "  The  crooked  branch  " 
in  Right  at  Last,  1860. 

1860. 

Curious  if  true.     Cornh.  Mag.,  Feb.,  i860. 

002  0  18. 

The  Grey  Woman,  1861,  1865. 

The  grey  woman.    All  the  Y.R.    Jan.  5,  12,  19, 
1861.  002  0  4 

The  grey  woman,  and  other  tales.  Illus.,  ed. 
Lond.  :  Smith,  Elder,  &  Co.  1865.  8vo.  pp. 
280.  002  P  9 

The  grey  woman.  Curious  if  true.  Six  weeks  at 
Heppenheim.  Libbie  Marsh's  three  eras.  Christmas 
storms  and  sunshine.  Hand  and  heart.  Bessy's 
troubles  at  home.    Disappearances. 


57 

1862. 

Six  weeks  at   Heppenhelm.     Cornh.   M.,   May, 

1862.  002  0  22 

Garibaldi  at  Caprera.  By  Col.  Vecchj.  Trans- 
lated from  the  Italian.  Preface  bv  Mrs. 
Gaskell.     1862.  002  T  8.5 

A  DsLTk  Night's  Worlt,  1863. 

A  darlt  night's  worli.  All  the  Y.R.,  Jan.  24,  1863. 

002  0  8. 

A  dark  night's  work.  Lond.  :  Smith,  Elder,  and 
Co.     1863.  8vo.  pp.  iv.  299  002  P  7 

[German  translation!  Die  That  einer  Nacht.  Lei  p. : 
E.  J.  Giinther.     1865.  8vo.  pp.  iv.  232. 

002  P  7.5 
Sylvia's  Lovers,  1863. 

Sylvia's  lovers.    Lond.  :    Smith,   Elder,   &  Co. 

1863.  8vo.  3  vols,  [first  edition]. 
Lent  by  Miss  Gaskell. 

[German  translation]  Sylvia's  Freier.  Leip.  : 
Boight   &  Giinther.     1864.  4  vols.     002  S  9.3 

Sylvia's  lovers.  Lond.  :  Hutchinson  &  Co. 
1905.  8vo.  pp.  274.  002  S  9.45 

Sylvia's  lovers.  With  a  preface  by  Thomas 
Seccombe  and  illustrations  by  M.  V.  Wheel- 
house.  Lond.  :  G.  Bell  and  Sons,  19 10. 
8vo.  pp.  xlvii.  542.  One  of  the  "  Queen's 
treasures  series."  002  S  9.65 

Mr.  Thomas  Seccombe's  introduction  (pp.  ix.-xlvii.) 
includes  a  life  of  Mrs,  Gaskell  and  an  attempt  at 
identifying  the  local  scenes  and  allusions  in  connection 
with  Monkshaven  [Whitby]. 


58 

1863. 
An  Italian  institution.    All  the  Y.R.,  Mar.  21, 

1863.  002  0  8 
Cousin  Phiilis,  1863,  1865. 

Cousin  Phiilis.    Cornh.  Mag.,  Nov.  1863,  to  Feb. 

1864.  002024 

Cousin  Pliillis,  and  other  tales.  lUus.  ed.  Lond. 
Smith.  Elder,   &  Co.     1865.  8vo.  pp.  282. 

002  P 

Cousin  Phiilis.     Company  manners.    Mr.  Harrison's 
confessions.     The  sexton's  hero. 

Cousin  Phiilis.  With  a  biographical  preface  by- 
Thomas  Seccombe  and  illustrations  in  colour 
by  Miss  M.  V.  Wheelhouse.  Lond.  :  G.  Bell 
and  Sons.  1909.  8vo.  pp.  i.-xxxii.  157.  One 
of  the  "  Queen's  treasures  series."         002  P  1 

1863-4. 
Robert      Gould      Shaw.        Macmillan's      Mag. 
Dec,  1863,  pp.   1 1 3- 1 1 7.  002  0  57 

How  the  first  floor  went  to  Crowley  Castle.  All 
the  Y.R.,  Xmas  No.  1863.  002  0  9 

French  life.  Eraser's  Mag.,  April,  May,  June, 
1864.  Ref.  L. 

Wives  and  Daughters,  1864,  1866. 

Wives  and  daughters.  Cornh.  Mag.,  Aug.,  1864, 
to  Jan.,  1866.  002  0  26 

Wives  and  daughters  :  an  every-day  story.  1 8 
illus.  by  George  du  Maurier,  Lond.  :  Smith, 
Elder,  &  Co.  1866.  2  vols.  8vo.  pp.  I.  iv.  336  ; 
IL  iv.  332.  002  T 


59 

Wives  and  daughters.  New  York  :  Harper  and 
Bros.  1866.  8vo.  pp.  258.  The  first  Ameri- 
can edition.  002  T  1.2 

[German  translation]  Frauen  und  Tochter. 
Berlin  :    Otto  Jante.     1867.  6  vols.  8vo. 

002  T  1.5 

[French  translation)  Nos  Femmes  et  nos  filles. 
Traduit  par  F.  M.  Paris:  Grassart.  1868. 
2  vols.  8vo.  002  T  1.7 

Ghost  stories.  Two  fragments  printed  for  the 
first  time  in  "  Cousin  Phillis,"  1906.     002  J  30 

Popular   tales.     Glasg.  :     Thomas   D.    Morison. 

[1898  ?]  8vo.  pp.  384.  002  S. 

The    moorland    cottage.      Ruth.      Lizzie    Leigh. 


6(} 


YIII.— THE    REV.    WILLIAM    GASKELL,    M.A. 

Works  by  or  relating  to  Mr.  Gaskell 
(arranged  chronologically). 

Biographical  and  obituary  notices  of  the  Rev. 
Wm.  Gaskell  have  appeared  in  the  following 
periodicals : — 

"Manch.  Guard.,"  Aug.  5,  1878  (002G) ;  "  Manch. 
Exam.,"  Oct.  16,  1878  (002G) ;  "Manch.  Guard.," 
June  12,  1884  (002G) ;  "  Manch.  Courier,"  June  16, 
1884  (002G)  ;  "  Manch.  Guard.,"  June  19, 1884  (002G); 
"Academy,"  June  21,  188  i  (002G)  ;  "Unitarian 
Herald,"  June  20,  1884  (002G)  ;  "  Young  Days," 
Nov.,  1899  (002Y)  ;  "  Manch.  C.  News,"  Dec.  24, 1904 
(002G);  "Unitarian  Monthly,"  Sep.,  1910  (002G); 
•'  The  AUiance  News,"  Sept.  22,  1910  (0026). 

See  also  Section  II.  ii.,  under  Adams  (W.  E.),  Evans 
(J.),  Gordon  (A.),  and  Steinthal  (S.  A.). 

Protestant  practices  inconsistent  with  Protestant 
principles.  A  discourse  delivered  in  Renshaw 
Street  Chapel,  Liverpool,  June  i6,  1836,  at 
the  Provincial  Meeting  of  the  Presbyterian 
and  Unitarian  ministers  of  Lancashire  and 
Cheshire.     Manch.    1836,   8vo.   pp.   23. 

002  Y  3.2 

Temperance  rhymes.    Lond.  1839.  Svo.  pp.  80. 

002  Y  3.4 

Eternal  salvation  not  dependent  on  correctness  of 
belief.  Preached  at  Essex  Street  Chapel, 
London,  on  Wednesday,  May  29,  1844,  being 
the  nineteenth  anniversary  of  the  British  and 
Foreign  Unitarian  Association.     Lond.    1844. 

002  Y  3.8 


6x 


The  same.  Second  edition.  Lond.  and  Manch. 
1855.  002  Y  3.9 

A  prayer  [by  the  Rev.  W.  Gaskell]  and  sermon 
[by  the  Rev.  J.  G.  Robberds]  delivered  in 
Cross  Street  Chapel,  Manchester,  on  the  Sun- 
day after  the  interment  of  Sir  Thomas  Potter. 
Manch.  1845.  8vo.  pp.  18.  Ref.  L. 

Some  «vil  tendencies  of  the  popular  theology.    A 

sermon  preached  before  the  West-Riding  Tract 
Society,  in  the  Westgate  Chapel,  Wakefield, 
June  9,  1847.  8vo.  pp.  15.  002  Y  3.13 

Hints  to  Sunday  school  teachers.  A  discourse 
delivered  before  the  Manchester  District 
Sunday  School  Association,  at  Bank  Street 
Chapel,  Bolton,  on  Good  Friday,  March  29, 
1850.  Svo.  pp.  12.  Ref.  L. 

Brief  notices  of  some  of  the  Unitarian  martyrs  and 
confessors  of  England.  A  lecture  delivered  in 
Cross  Street  Chapel,  Manchester,  Dec.  8. 1850. 
Manch-  185 1.  8vo.  pp.  15.  002  Y  3.17 

A  lecture  on  the  Person  of  Christ.  Delivered  in 
Bridge  Street  Chapel,  Feb.  9,  1853.  Manch. 
1853.  Svo.  pp.  24.  002  Y  3.20 

The  injustice  of  denying  to  9nitarians  the 
Christian  name.  A  lecture  delivered  in  Cross 
Street  Chapel,  on  Nov.  13  and '20,  1853,  in 
reply  to  certain  charges  of  the  Rev'.  H.  Stowell. 
Manch.  1853.  8vo.  pp.  24.  -002  Y  3.22 


A  letter  to  Canon  Stowell,  M.A.  In  reply  to  orie 
addressed  by  him  to  J.  H.  Budgett,  Esq., 
entitled  "  Is  Socinianism  Christianity  ?  " 
[Dec.  15,  i853]Manch.  1853.  8vo.  pp.  12." 

002  Y  3.24 

Two  lectures  on  the  Lancashire  dialect.    Lond. 

1854.  8vo.  pp.  31.  002  Y  3.27 

Funeral  service,  at  the  interment,  June  29,  1855, 
of  the  Rev.  John  Layhe.  Manch.  1855.  8vo.  pp.  8 

002  Y  3.30 

Obituary  notice  of  the  Rev.  John  Layhe.  From 
"The  Christian  Reformer,"  Sept.  1855.  8vo. 
pp.  8.  002  Y  3.31 

Submission  to  the  will  of  God.  A  sermon  on 
occasion  of  the  death  of  Mrs.  Gallenga, 
preached   at   Cross   Street   Chapel,  "Sept.    30, 

1855.  Manch.  1855.  8vo.  pp.  16.     002  Y  3.33 

Addresses  delivered  before  the  Unitarian  Home 
Missionary  Board,  at  Cross  Street  Chapel,  Man- 
chester, on  Dec.  4,  1854,  by  the  Rev.  J.  R. 
Beard  and  the  Rev.  W.  Gaskell.  1855.  8vo. 
pp.  22.  002  Y  3.35 

A  time  of  war  and  a  time  of  peace.  A  sermon 
preached  in  Cross  Street  Chapel,  on  Sunday, 
May  4,  1856.     Manch.  1856.  8vo.  pp.  15, 

002  Y  3.37 

A  sermon  for  Milton's  death-day.  Preached  in 
Cross  Street  Chapel,  Manchester,  November  8, 
1857.  Published  by  request.  Lond.  and 
Manch.  1857.  8vo.  pp.  i6.  002  Y  3.40 


63 

A  sermon  on  occasion  of  the  death  of  John  Ogle 
Curtis,  late  master  of  the  Lower  Mosley  Street 
Schools,  Manchester,  preached  in  Cross  Street 
Chapel,  Nov.  29,  1857.  Manch.  1857.  8vo.  pp. 
12.  002  Y  3.42 

Duties  of  the  individual  to  society.  Preached  on 
occasion  of  the  death  of  Sir  John  Potter,  M.P., 
at  Cross  Street  Chapel,  Manchester,  Oct,  31, 

1858.  With  the  address  at  the  interment  on 
the  day  preceding.     Manch.  1858.  8vo.  pp.  20. 

002  Y  3.44 

Sermon  on  the  regulation  of  thought  [in  The 

Unitarian  Pulpit,  vol,  i.,  1858]  8vo.  pp.  8. 

002  Y  3.46 

A  sermon  on  occasion  of  the  death  of  the  Rev. 
William  Turner,  preached  at  Upper  Brook 
Street  Chapel,  Manchester,  May  i,  1859. 
Lond.  and  Manch.   1859.  8vo.  pp.    18. 

002  Y  3.48 

Christian  views  of  life  and  death.  Preached  in 
Cross   Street   Chapel,   Manchester,    Sept.    25, 

1859,  on  the  occasion  of  the  death  of  John 
Ashton  Nicholls,  Esq. ,  with  a  sketch  of  his  life. 
Lond,  1859,  8vo,  pp,  133,  002  Y  3.50 

Report  of  the  Manchester  District  Unitarian 
Association,  presented  to  the  Provincial 
Assembly  at  Preston,  June  21,  i860,  Liver- 
pool :    i860.  8vo.  pp.  18,  002  Y  3.52 

Address  to  the  students  of  Manchester  New 
College,  London,  on  June  27,  i860,  Lond. 
i860,  8vo,  pp.  15.  Ref.  L. 


God's  witness  to  Himself  in  the  world.  Preached 
at  Cross  Street  Chapel,  Sept.  8,  1861,  during 
the  meeting  of  the  British  Association  for  the 
Advancement  of  Science.  Manch.  1861.  8vo. 
pp.  15.  002  Y  3.55 

Changeableness  of  the  world,  and  the  unchange- 
ableness  of  God.  Preached  at  Cross  Street 
Chapel,  Aug.  9,  1863,  on  occasion  of  the  death 
of  John  Carver,  Esq.  Manch.  1863.  8vo.  pp. 
14-  002  Y  3.58 

Sermon,  preached  at  the  opening  of  the  Unitarian 
Church,  Todmorden,  on  Wednesday,  April  7, 
1869.  Reprint.  Todmorden,  1901.  8vo.  pp. 
15.  002  Y  3.59 

Lecture  on  "  Crabbe  and  his  poetry."  News- 
paper report.     March  9,  1872.  002  Y  3.60 

Popular  doctrines  that  obscure  the  views  which 
the  New  Testament  gives  of  God.  A  sermon 
preached  in  Cross  Street  Chapel  on  behalf  of 
the  Manchester  District  Unitarian  Associa- 
tion, March  14,  1875.  Manch.  1875.  8vo.  pp. 
13.  Ref.  L. 

A  letter  to  the  Rev.  James  Cunningham,  M.A., 

Longsight  Presbyterian  Church.  Manchester, 
on  his  "  Unitarianism  :  an  expostulation."  By 
a  Unitarian  [i.e.,  Rev.  W.  Gaskell].  Manch. 
1876.  8vo.  pp.  8.  Ref.  L. 

A  good  old  age.  A  sermon  preached  in  Cross 
Street  Chapel,  Manchester,  March  3,  1878. 
Manch.  [1878]  sm.  4to.  pp.  14.  002  Y  3.66 


65 

Commemoration  of  the  fifty  years'  ministry  of  tlie 
Rev.  William  Gaskell,  M.A.  Sermon  preached 
by  him  [at  Cross  Street  Chapel,  Manchester] 
August  4  ;  and  report  of  the  proceedings  at  the 
soiree  held  in  the  Town  Hall,  Oct.  15,  1878  ; 
with  a  list  of  subscribers  to  the  commemora- 
tion fund.     Manch.  [1879].  sm.  4to.  pp.  vi.  67. 

002  Y  3.69 

Portrait  of  the  Rev.  W.  Gaskell,  and  a  view  of  Cross 
Street  Chapel. 

Christ's  view  of  children.  Preached  in  Cross 
Street  Chapel,  May  18,  1879.  Manch.  1879. 
8va  pp.  16.  002  Y  3.71 

Cottonopolis  [a  poem].  Manch.  1882.  8vo.  pp. 
14.  002  Y  3.73 

The  investigation  of  religious  truth  :  a  sermon, 
preached  in  Cross  Street  Chapel,  Manchester, 
March  18,  1883.  8vo.  pp.  35-46.  No.  4  of 
"Modern  Sermons,"  April,  1883.  Ref.  L. 

Hymns,  by  the  Rev.  W.  Gaskell,  included  in  the 
following  works  : — 

Beard  {].  R.)  ed.  A  collection  of  hymns  for 
public  and  private  worship.     1837.  002  Y  3.78 

Hopps  (J.  P.)  ed.  Hymns  for  public  worship. 
1873.  002  Y  3.80 

Martineau  (J.)  ed.  Hymns  for  the  Christian 
church  and  home.     1865.  002  Y  8.82 


w. 


66 

Winkworth  (C.)  Lyra  Germanica.     Two  series. 
1858-76.  002  Y  3.84 

The  Unitarian  Herald,  1 86 1  - 1 874.     Edited  by  the 
Rev.  WilUam  Gaskell  and  others.      002  Y  3.91 

Wheeler  (J.)  ed.      Manchester  poetry.      Lond. 
1838.  8vo.  002  Y  3.91 

Contains  two  poems  by  the  Rev.  WiUiara  Gaskell, 
pp.  193-196,  entitled  "  Death  and  sleep,"  and  "  Come 
and  pray." 


IX.— TOPOGRAPHICAL,  ILLUSTRATIVE,  AND 
MISCELLANEOUS. 

Articles  dealing  with  Knutsford  as  "  Cranford," 
and  on  other  places  described  in  Mrs.  Gaskell's 
works,  have  appeared  in  the  following 
periodicals : — 

"  Academy,"  May  4,  1887  (002G) ;  "  Atlantic 
Monthly,"  April,  1896  (002Y) ;  "Cheshire  Notes 
and  Queries,"  No.  2,  vol.  3,  1898  (002Y) ;  ibid  No.  1, 
vol.  4,  1899  (002Y) ;  ibid  No.  3,  vol.  4,  1899  (002Y) ; 
ibid  No.  3,  vol.  5,  1900  (002Y) ;  ibid  No.  4,  vol.  5, 
1900  (002Y);  "Daily  Dispatch,"  Mar.  29,  1907 
(002G);  "Literary  World,"  Feb.,  1901  (002G) ; 
"  Manch.  C.  News,"  Oct.  31,  1908  (002G) ;  "  Manch. 
Guard.,"  Jan.  8,  1901  (002G) ;  ibid,  Dec.  19,  1905 
(002G);  "Manch.  High  Sch.  Mag.,"  April,  1904 
(002Y);  "Millgate  Monthly,"  Oct.,  1908  (002Y) ; 
"Sphere,"  July  20,  1907  (002G) ;  "Temple  Bar," 
Aug.,  1905  (002Y) ;  "  Treasury,"  May,  1903  (002Y). 

Cross     Street     Chapel,     Manchester.  Pro- 

ceedings on  the  occasion  of  the  Bi-centenary 
of  the  Chapel,  June  24-25,  1894.  Manch. 
1894.  002  G  4 

Fletcher  (J.  S.)  Picturesque  history  of  Yorkshire. 
Part  17  [         ].  002  G  5 

Illustrations  of  Whitby  and  district. 

Green  (J.  A.)  comp.     Gaskell  cuttings.  002  G  1 
Contents  displayed  in  Section  II.  iii. 

Holland  (Bernard)  ed.     Letters  of  Mary  Sibylla 

Holland.     1898.  8vo.  Ref.  L. 

Letter  descriptive  of  Knutsford  in  1874,  pp.  21-2. 


Palmer  (W.  T.)  Lake  country  rambles.     Lond. 
1902.  8vo.  Ref.  L. 

Chapter  VIII.— Over  Sands.  Contains  many  details 
of  events  and  scenes  similar  to  those  described  by 
Mrs.  Gaskell  in  "  The  sexton's  hero." 

Sichel  (Edith)  Life  and  letters  of  Alfred  Ainger. 
1906.  920 

Letter    from    George    du    Maurier  on    "  Sylvia's 
lovers  "  and  Whitby,  pp.  27i)-80. 


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